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Begin by ascending the Lower East Face to Broadway via Field's Chimney (800 ft.) P1-(5.4)Find the D1 Pillar and ascent the left side until at the beginning of a vertical crack system and a piton belay. You can easily simul or solo this pitch to save time. P2-Ascend the vertical crack, 5.9, stop at a small ledge that traverses left and up. You should see a piton out left. P3- (5.7)Traverse the face, being sure to not go too low. Aim upwards to the slings at the halfway point. Belay at the base of a short chimney. P4-(5.8) Grunt up the offwidth and gain the cracks and ledges up to a sloping ledge below the left dihedral. P5-(5.8) Continue up the Dihedral to Yellow Wall Bivy Ledge. This is the hardest pitch of 5.8 I've done. Consistent and long, at 55m or so. P6-(5.6)Short pitch up to the big ledge. P7-(5.10a) The crux lead. Follow thin cracks (.9) to a deep chimney (.9+). Come out of chimney and pop over crux overhang with fixed stoppers. Belay about ten feet above crux at old pitons. P8-(5.8) Traverse left on ledge, serious psychological move, and continue over ledges to either the walk off (up high) or the yellow wall rap off (down lower). Look for Bomber bolts.

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Continue up Kieners to summit and descend Keyhole, rap cables route and chasm view, or... RAP- Follow Bomber bolts (if it looks shady, youre at the wrong rap station) 5 two rope rappels to Broadway. Locate Rap anchors well below D1 Pillar and rap crack

Submitted by: philwortmann on 2007-08-28
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Added: 2006-10-28