The Dirty Hippie is the most imposing spire of the group, with a distinct bulbous midsection. A tattered tie-dyed t-shirt found near the base on the day of the FA provided the name.
Sustained, well-protected crimping on the shorter uphill face of the spire. Start on a small pillar on the left-hand side and gradually move up and right. The only route on one of the Pinnacles to be rap-bolted, intended to provide a more reasonable outing than most of the other lines up here.
On the shorter uphill face.
4 botls, bring replacement webbing for summit anchors.
Clay Stoner having some fun atop the Dirty Hippie
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