Type: Trad, 305 ft (92 m), 4 pitches
FA: unknown
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This less-travelled enterprise ascends the Main Face, passing to the left of the
eleventh grade corner area. Pitches 1 and 2 can be combined if steps are taken to avoid rope drag.

P1 5.8 65': Begin up the right side of the block's slabby eastern face. Climb a flaring finger crack (5.8) or the wide crack to its right (5.6) to a ledge. Skirt the steep terrain above by trending rightward onto a slab, then circle back left and belay on the sloping ledge.

P2 5.6, 55': Trend left from the belay, following cracks/flakes up the short, steep face. Belay beside a tree.

P3 5.6 90': Above the tree, climb a short, steep groove to gain a small ledge (50'). Continue for 40', ascending easy terrain to reach a comfortable ledge. Belay here.

P4 5.6 95': Climb the long chimney/gully above. Belay where the gully changes into a leve, narrow corridor.


single rack to 3", double to 2", walk off descent.