Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 3 pitches
FA: Envisioned by Craig Kenyon FA: Taylor Lais & Chris Hirsch, Sept 29th, 2015 (Ground-up)
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Shared By: Chris Hirsch on Oct 5, 2015
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Fun exposure up the Sultan's most continuous swath.

1) 5.10 115' Yes, it is the ominous looking offwidth. Easier terrain takes you to the crux up high. Very fun! A true offwidth, yet protectable with smaller gear. Belay at nice ledge once the struggle is over.

2) 5.6 130' Continue up easy face. Step across to gain low angle wide crack. Cruiser pitch. Belay at huge boulders, on the right side.

3) 5.8 55' Stem up behind boulders, climb easy face to large ledge/flake. Trend up and right towards right to left leaning crack. Little runout but gear options do come before the angling crack is reached.


N side of Sultan's Tower. Obvious rib split by wide cracks. Climb/scramble/hike down original Sultan route (Conn route).


Double rack .5 - #4
No bolts