Accidental Discharge (East face)
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Beginning in a large corner in the center of the east face, pitch one follows finger and hand cracks up out of the moat to a ledge on the right (5.10-) and is a very good pitch. Pitch two begins with a rightward traverse, then follows a loose and dangerous offwidth crack straight up through an overhang (5.10). Future climbers might consider avoiding this feature. Pitch 3 climbs up and left to the summit, mid fifth class.
Begin in the center of the east face, climbing splitter cracks on the wall on the right side of a corner.
Climbing down to climb back up
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