Pitch 1 (5.9+): Fists/off-width crack on the left side of
the large, encompassing dihedral. The crack splits about 20 feet up when it
encounters a man-sized, embedded boulder — the consensus: going up the left side
was the better choice. Be wary of the large boulders perched on the edge at the
top of the first pitch. Two-bolt anchor.
Pitch 2 (5.9): Excellent hands and fists crack left of the
first-pitch anchor. Once at the top of the crack, a two-bolt anchor sits to the
right. Ignore this anchor and continue up to the correct 2-bolt anchor about 20
feet higher up.
Pitch 3 (5.7): Follow the chimney to the right of the
anchor. Sparse pro, so be creative. Top out at a 2-bolt anchor.
Descent: 3 raps anchor-to-anchor or scramble to walk-off left.
Standard rack up to 4 inches.