Snake's Head gets its name...
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Snake's Head gets its name from the obvious snake-head looking rock formation near the top. Where the dashed lines are on the left, the route cannot be seen and goes through some chimneys on the other side of the ridge. The chimneys end where the dashed lines end. You can also follow the dashed lines to the right directly up the face, but you will need to bump up the rating a bit.....more like 5.7 RX. The jump to the "jump boulder" at the top is the crux for most who climb this route.
October 2, 2005
Photo by Alan Ellis.