Type: Trad, 40 ft (12 m)
FA: Bob Schrader, Bill Ivanoff 1986
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Shared By: wivanoff on Mar 10, 2016 · Updates
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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Start on the south face directly below the thin crack that splits the overhang. Face climb straight up and follow the thin crack through the overhang. Traverse left and mantle to another ledge and then climb up left to the top.


South side of the free standing pinnacle (Chimney Rock)


There are no anchors on the top surface. Consider dropping a rope and having your belayer make a ground anchor on the opposite side of the pinnacle and you can belay from the top.  

Chris P suggested "There is an old bolt that seems more or less solid." (11/2019)

This single bolt is on the face near the top of "South Way". It is a 1/2" carbon steel bolt screwed into a self drilling expansion anchor. It was placed sometime in the mid-1980s as part of an anchor to do a Tyrolean traverse back to the main cliff.  So, use at your own risk.