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Harmon's East is a small rock just North/Northeast of the Harmon Flatironete. The stone is very good and gets good southern exposure on the main ridge, making for a clean and more traveled ascent than would be expected.
Approach about 35 minutes as for the Harmon Flatiron, and skirt that formation to the Northeast to find a detached, independent spike of rock, an independent 120' feature and summit.
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This is a relatively mellow romp up good rock. If it were a longer route, it would get more stars, but as it stands, it's a good add-on to the routes nearby on the Harmon Flatironette proper.The route is simple. Head North/Northeast below the Harmon Cave entrance and around that formation past a slight gully and a few meters further to a detached rock formation. Go to the low point of the rock, look towards the high point of the rock, and make a beeline between the two....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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