Type: Trad, 170 ft
FA: FA: George Connor, Dan Chan, '77. FFA: George Connor, Robert Oravetz, '79
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This description is for the "direct" variation. I have not climbed the standard 2 pitch version but it looks good as well.

Start on Fear of Flying. Where Fear of Flying busts left, head straight up through the bulge via a steep lieback (crux). Continue through the right trending ramp then finish at the top of P2 Steppin' Stone.

Be ready for horrible rope drag if you're climbing in 1 pitch.

Rap down Steppin' Stone (2 single rope raps) or climb to the Summit (5.6R) and rap down the west side.


Start is same as Fear of Flying


.5"-2". Many slings, one protection bolt at the top.


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There is also a variation that cuts out of Fear Of Flying near the top and hand traverses a thin finger crack out and around the corner horizontally until it reaches the Neckess Traverse. Its short but exposed and exciting. Protects fine and about 10c.
For those obscurists out there. Dec 30, 2017