Type: Trad, 210 ft, 3 pitches
FA: George Livingston/Thais Weibel (1967). First Free Ascent: Howard Doyle/Marty Mclaughlin/Eric Janoscrat (1978)
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Shared By: Brian Malone on Jun 7, 2015
Admins: Ladd Raine, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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Start same location as Simple J Malarky.
#1. Climb the first picth of Simple J Malarky. (35 ft.)
#2. From the tree, move up onto the right ramp. Climb the ramp for about 25 ft. to a white face. Climb the right facing corner of the large flake then move left. Continue straight up to the base of the flared chimney. Climb through the chimney and overhang to a small ledge. (75 ft.)
#3. Climb the remainder of the buttress keeping to the left side. (100 ft.)


Same location as Simple J Malarky.


This route requires a large rack of biners and slings. There are areas of loose rock.


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Brian Malone
Olney, MD
Brian Malone   Olney, MD
Originally named P-Quad in 1967 when first (aid) climbed. Renamed to Welcome to Seneca by permission of original climbers when first FREE climbed in 1978. Jun 7, 2015