Type: Trad, 180 ft
FA: George Bracksieck and Jim Desrosiers
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Shared By: George Bracksieck on Nov 21, 2017
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Temporary Trail and Raptor Closures Details
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Yesterday, I started up the seam, not optimistic about finding pro. With cleaning, I found placements for small Tricams (two pinks, a red, a blue), a #3 C4, a yellow C3, and doubles of #0.4 and 0.5. When the seam ended, I placed a red C3 and a yellow Alien in a horizontal. Above, the wall steepened and was unprotected for 40 feet. Eventually reaching a good horizontal, I cammed a pink Tricam (wishing I had another 0.4 Camalot) and traversed left to the top of the chimney. For the belay, I placed a bombproof #0.75 about 10 feet west.

We left a sling and rapped down the southern of the two short, overhanging chimneys directly to the west. From the ground, it looked downclimbable. Once on the ground, we made the mistake of descending west and south, eventually down the flood-ravaged gulch. Going north and up, around the north end of the Ironing Boards would be better.


This is the thin seam/crack that lies between I Lichen Chimneys and I Lichen Offwidths. It is obvious in the pic posted under each of those routes.


Tricams (three pinks, a red, a blue), a #3 C4, a yellow C3, triples of #0.4, doubles of #0.5, a red C3, a yellow Alien, and a #0.75.


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