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Someone Else's Peg

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Submitted By: joelhagan on Nov 7, 2007
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Face climbing the upper half.

Description 

Great rock in the Ten Pins. Nice because it is not as easily seen from the road above as many of these spires are, however some of the routes are seen from the road below through the trees.


Getting There 

Best approached by taking trail on the downhill side of Hairy Pin. You will walk by Tricouni Nail (on your right) and come to some boulders. Someone Else's Peg is right there as you continue will stand out as a separate spire from the larger rock mass.


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The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Someone Else's Peg:
Tee The Ball   5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a     Trad, Sport, 1 pitch, 165'   
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Featured Route For Someone Else's Peg
View over part of Ten Pins area at Cathedral Spires. Photo taken from top of 'Tee the Ball'.

Tee The Ball 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a  SD : Custer State Park : ... : Someone Else's Peg
The lower crack is fairly easy climbing with great placement options. After climbing for about 25 feet you traverse to the left over a bulge and do a short traverse. This is a bit scary as there aren't too many gear options. Head up again after about 10 feet with good gear placements behind a flake. The crux for me was the face climbing which starts at about half way up the climb on top of the flakes. ...[more]   Browse More Classics in SD

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A good shot of Tee the Ball.  The route route starts from below the climber and around the corner to the right.
A good shot of Tee the Ball. The route route star...
Belaying from the top of Someone Else's Peg -- a climber can be seen almost half way up "Tee the Ball" on the left edge.
Belaying from the top of Someone Else's Peg -- a c...
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By Aaron Costello
From: Rapid City, SD
Jul 8, 2009

Since they've cleared the trees, the rock is easily visible, and road gawkers abound. "How did you get down there?!"

By joelhagan
From: Rapid City, SD
Jul 9, 2009

Nice, looking forward to this...Pinfest should be fun.