Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m)
FA: John Burcham, Albert Newman
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Shared By: Trevor Bowman on Feb 29, 2016
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Brian Boyd

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The chimney cleaving the west face is hard to miss. This can be done in two pitches, with a set of chains at about 80-90', but easily links into one pitch. Cool, varied chimney climbing with a couple trickier spots. There are cracks throughout some of the chimney, and 6 bolts, making this pretty well-protected for a chimney. The top anchors are on a blocky ledge about 10' left of the actual top of the chimney. A short pitch of blocky, ledgy mid-5th class leads to the summit (can be linked with the chimney for a full 70m lead, but rope drag can get bad).


On the west face. Rap from a small tree on the summit to chains (bring extra cord to back up what we left). Two raps from chain anchors to ground.


(1X) .4-#3, 6 bolts, chain anchors, one 60m rope. More or less gear can be brought, depending on your comfort level with moderate chimneys.