Scramble back down the south face the way you came and start angling to the right before you actually reach the top of the last pitch again. Look for a batch of trees to the right that allow you to make a clean single rope rappel down to a large vegetated ledge.. Continue scrambling down south at a rightward angle until again you come across several trees, one of which we left tat on in 2008. This tree involves a two rope “clean” rappel down to the base of the Organ. Our set up extends out and over the lip of a ledge, thus would not be for the meek who are the least bit afraid of rappelling. There is a walk off from here, but it involves one exposed 5th class move. Traverse due right from the rappel tree along a narrow ledge and make an airy step over to a ramp that will continue west all the way to the ground via 4th class descent.
Southeast Chimney, II, 5.6, route of the Organ, Zion National Park, March, 2008