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The summit pitch - this differs from the other photo of supposedly same pitch.  This one has a piton, matches the description, and has a nice 5.8 bulge for 6 feet (#4 Camalot), then easy to the summit.

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By rsh
Apr 21, 2010

Yeah, there are two different ways to go for Pitch 3. We got a little confused on finding the 5.8 P3, so we opted to do the scarier 5.7, which is more of a direct route. It is an obvious, left-angling ramp up the face.

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The summit pitch - this differs from the other photo of supposedly same pitch. This one has a piton, matches the description, and has a nice 5.8 bulge for 6 feet (#4 Camalot), then easy to the summit.

Submitted By: Nick Wilder on Jun 24, 2008
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Southwest Chimney (5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c R )