Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m), 3 pitches
FA: Ray Vought, Greg Anderson 9/91
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Shared By: Jake Dayley on Jun 18, 2015
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman

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Pitch 1 (5.9) - Climb up a dirty but easy chimney to a ledge. Continue up a harder section to the belay on a large ledge/alcove.

Walk around to the NE face (morning sun).

Pitch 2 (5.9) - Climb up to a ledge with a bush. Continue up the improbable but fun face, fingers to hands and a step right to a short OW. Belay on the ledge above. (This pitch may differ from the FA route, we weren't sure).

Pitch 3 (5.8) - Climb off the ledge through fun blocky terrain and one bolt. Sign the summit register!

Descent - Make one 160 ft. rappel back to your packs - shitty. An intermediate anchor would make this better and possible with one rope.


Two miles up the West Fork trail on the left if you're headed upstream. Cross the creek and head up a steep slope to the base of the chimney.


A double set of cams from thin fingers to hands. One #4 Camelot or equivalent sized piece.

The rap anchor is original but good. We replaced the webbing 6/15.