Follow the thin hands-to-finger crack on the left side of the face. The initial crack yields a medium nut placement if you need it. When the crack runs out, do cool face climbing moves on edges and cobbles to a bolt. From here, move up and right to join the standard route at the obvious flake at the start of the summit overhang. Sling the horn with a long runner, then climb jugs up the overhang to the summit mantel and a good belay.
Very good rock for the Fishers!
Bring medium nuts for the initial crack, a quickdraw, and a long runner.
Bob Davis posing on the summit.
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From: Salt Lake City, UT
Dec 7, 2008
you can get a #1 camalot above the bolt between the flake and the formation, and a #3 camalot a bit higher too
Jun 14, 2012
It's a fun face climb (about a 9) on toprope without the crack!!!