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Southeast Face Direct - 5.10a

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Cams to 3", set of stoppers
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This is a full-on grade IV route, and a classic one at that. P1-2 (5.9-5.10): climb right-facing corners to big ledge. P3: traverse ~100' left to base of wide crack. P4-5 (5.7-5.8): follow intermittent left-facing corners, heading generally up and right, to another big ledge with slung chockstone. P6 (5.8): traverse right and slightly down for ~60' on exposed face to base of large left-facing corner. P7-9 (5.7-5.8): follow corner system for three long pitches until you reach an obvious notch. P10 (5.7): traverse left on ledge for ~40', then head straight up, moving onto the northeast face. P11-13 (easy 5th class): follow summit arete for ~500', trending generally up and right.

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Single 60 rope needed. Head north on summit ridge until blocked by 20' high wall. Head left on 4th class ledges ~75' to rap anchors. Rappel into gully. Look for anchors on opposite ridge of gully. 3rd class over to anchors, then rap into next gully o

Submitted by: wyoclimber3 on 2008-08-27
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Route ID: 95087

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