Type: TR, 25 ft
FA: M. LaPierre
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Shared By: Mark LaPierre on Jul 13, 2017
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Slytherin is a face climb with several small, horizontal cracks. It was named for the way it twists left, right, and back left across the face before topping out to the right of the corner at its top. Slytherin requires several balance and good footwork.


Slytherin is located to the right of the right face accessed by a simple scramble to a wide shelf to the right of the central face. Slytherin is started just to the right of a concave depression in the face of the slab.


It must be top roped. Several blocks with cracks above the climb allow for anchor points with cams or passive protection.