Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Nolan Huther on Apr 26, 2017
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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Access Issue: As of June 2017, the trail and parking are closed from 4 PM Friday through 7 AM Monday. Details


A route which seems like the name "Wiessner" should be attached to it. This route features a flared chimney, which can seep. It can be wet in the morning and totally dry in the afternoon on a sunny day, though, and is a worthwhile route for those who enjoy chimneys and such.

Start up the flaring, widening offwidth/squeeze chimney until you reach a ceiling above the alcove formed by the chimney. Step climbers left and pull over the ceiling. Then, utilize a ledge and undercling flake to move a few feet left to a crack. Then, head up a crack system to top out on the ledges beneath the summit.


A few feet to the climbers right of a left-rising 4th class ramp which cuts across the cliff.


A big piece may help to protect initial moves.


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