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BETA PHOTO: Double Jeopardy follows the dihedral to a large le...
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Double Jeopardy is just south of the Great Chimney and is somewhat easily located. Look for the most inviting dihedral amongst about 4-5 dihedrals on this wall. About 25 feet up there is a large tree growing from a ledge. Start out on easier terrain. Once you reach the tree the angle steepens. The first real diffuculty occurs below a hanging chimney. Go left of the chimney and surmount a large ledge with a dead fallen tree trunk on it. Pass the trunk and find the crux, a steep face which can be a bit of a puzzle to figure out. If leading, be sure to use your slings wisely to avoid rope drag.
Standard rack with a couple long slings.
By Aaron Wait
Sep 9, 2012
The bottom was somewhat dirty for me, but climbing past the two chalk stones in the chimney was fun and there was plenty of pro.