Type: Trad, 175 ft (53 m), 2 pitches
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Quetzalcoatl 5.10c*** (175') M(11b)
Climbs the far left side of the upper face (beginning about 50' right of the end of the wide terrace at the base), probably best done as two pitches.
P1 - 5.10c *** (100') F(11b) - thin face climbing to the chain anchors in the corner
P2 - 5.9 ** (75') G - moderate but progressively harder moves up the dihedral lead to the 2 bolt anchors in the small alcove about 10' below the top.


At the left end of the upper face, beginning 50' right of the end of the lower terrace and 10' left of the broken diagonal flake at the bottom.


First pitch fixed (11 bolts), second pitch gear - a full rack of cams (double #2's nice) and small stoppers needed.