Type: Trad, TR
FA: FL Errol Morris, 1960s
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Shared By: Phil S on Nov 25, 2019
Admins: Ian CB, James Schroeder, chris tregge, Doug Hemken

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Description

This is a dirty overgrown route that starts in the gully that separates Rainy Wednesday Tower from Bill's Buttress, continues through the saddle, past a huge chock stone, and finishes on the upper East face of the Tower. Early spring or late fall might be the best time to climb it when the leaves are off the vines.

The Knower guide book lists this climb in the Rainy Wednesday section. The Swartling guide book lists this climb in the Bill's Buttress section and says you can climb either side of both overhangs (the lower one at the start, and the huge chock stone above.)

Location

In the gully between Rainy Wednesday Tower and Bill's Buttress

Protection

top rope

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