Type: Sport, Alpine, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: ? unknown, but before 1984
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Shared By: Eli Boardman on Jul 14, 2017 · Updates
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Access Issue: Petroglyphs and Private Land Details


On the northeast corner of pinnacle.  Scramble up from the road through talus and sage brush to the base of the pinnacle, then walk around to the north side and look for bolts.

See photo.


The route starts with a low bolt to reach a slab. Follow the slab to its top, then follow the arete to the summit. The route is obvious and the cruxes are well-protected.

This line was originally climbed free on gear (original name unknown), then retrobolted in 2001, at which time it was temporarily named "Like Father, Like Son." The name in current use is "Mountaineer's Route," as published in the mini-guidebook for this area and as discussed below. There has been talk of removing the bolts, but that seems unlikely at present.


This route has 4 bolts to a 2 bolt summit anchor with chains. A few small cams could mitigate runouts on easy terrain if desired.