Type: Trad, 350 ft (106 m), 4 pitches, Grade II
FA: Chris Hirsch and Craig Kenyon
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Shared By: CraigKnyn on Jul 5, 2016
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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The obvious crack line on the South Wall of Sultan's Tower.

P1 5.6 Start at toe of Sultan's South Wall and angle up left on easy terrain to a birch tree, then up flake, across flake and up a bit to good stance in chimney.

P2 5.8 Up chimney/with arete to a vertical squeeze section, then easier chimneying to obvious belay stance for the crux pitch.

P3 5.10+ Layback up flake to hand jams, then sustained fingers around Ear and steep, thinning crack. Pro tricky thru sustained crux. Gain nice solid ledge and belay with awesome views.

P4 5.4 Climb easier terrain to summit


Begin at the lowest toe of Sultan's South Wall, at the intersection of a gully and a big chimney.

For Descent... Down climb Conn Route 5.4 exposed to the west and chimney down to big spike with sling around it. One rope rap SW into gully with flat spot.


Double set of cams to 2"
One 3" and 4"
Extra small cams and good set of wires

No Anchors on top. Must down climb Conn Route west then rap