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Deviation, Lower

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Deviation, Lower  


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Description 

High up behind the First Flatiron lie the Deviations. The lower deviation is not very impressive looking and consists primarily of the usual slabby east face. It is one short pitch high from the east.

Getting There 

Approach is either the gully between the Second and Third Flatiron, or from the saddle west of the First Flatiron. The latter is easier, pass the Sunset Flatironette to the north.

Climbing Season



Weather station 2.5 miles from here

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