Climb a zigzag off-width to a chimney and continue up to a nice anchor. Rap off or traverse 20 ft right on the big ledge and find the second pitch: an absolutely perfect camlot#6 splitter.
To the left of Goliath.
Two #6 camalot, three #5 camalot for the first pitch. (An old #4 can be placed in a constriction.) Three #6 camalot for the second pitch.
|By Adam Baxter|
From: Estes Park, CO
May 30, 2009
Laser cut 2nd pitch. If you have a 6 inch wide laser that is!
Aug 2, 2009
first pitch first ascent by Jonas Wiklund, and second ascent by Alf.
20 meters with leaning five inch crack.
Second pitch with sustained six inch crack. First ascent by Alf.
20 meters with overhanging block top out, providing an 5.11+ pump.
Third pitch is a varied, 50 meters or so to the top. I have top roped it, but it remains to be cleaned or lead. There is no anchor on the top, although there is a convenient station at the top of Goliath for your rappelling pleasure.