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Fun climbing over two juggy roofs. The crux is purported to be the finger crack above the second roof. It pays to have a pair of big brass ones because the moves look harder than they really are...
Set up a belay at some point above the second roof and make a second pitch of low-fifth class to Logger's Ledge, or you could conceivably run the first one all the way up.
Climb The Fault and then hang a left to a belay stance below the first roof.
Various pro to 3"
A little tromp l'oeil on the first roof of Brass B...
The Gordon Sesler on the second roof of Brass Ball...
By Shaun Johnson
Aug 19, 2013
There are now anchors with rap rings after the final finger crack above the second roof. A 60 meter rope will make it all the way back to the ground.
By geoff georges
From: Seattle, Wa.
Dec 9, 2014
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b
1st ascent: Jim Yoder, Paul Christiansen, 1980.