Climbed this on 10/29/05, and throughly enjoyed it. Although it is tempting to go right into the corner/wide chimney with cracks, I recommend staying to the left for the nice laybacking and hand jamming. It looks a little harder than the chimney, but it is solid for the grade.
I liked this pitch for the variety -stemming, jams, chimney, lieback. There are so many different ways to climb this pitch. It reminded me a lot of the climbing on the Durrance route on Devil's Tower.
Photo: Chris McNamara
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