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Table of contents
The Great Chimney
FFA: Chuck Pratt, John Ohrenschall, 1955
FFA: Stan Miller, Tim Loughlin, Peter Chesko, Todd Burrill
|5.10d R||5, 4770ft|
FFA: Tim Loughlin, Todd Burrill, Sean Kinney, 1992
Stay high on the saddle to follow faint trails through the manzanita from the Crags Trail towards the descent gully. Skirt left around the base of Mt Hubris until you reach the large tree at the base of the right-facing dihedral that marks the beginning of the route.
Descend the NE face with a 90ft rappel from chains, then an 80ft rappel from rings. Follow the 3rd class gully back down to meet the saddle approach trail in the manzanita.
Gear: 60m rope, standard rack to 3" plus long slings for horns and thread-throughs.
FFA: Michael Zanger, Chris Bonington, Andre Nowacki, 1979
FFA: Tim Loughlin, Linda Ryan, 1992
|5.8||The Great Chimney||4|
|5.10d||Solar Wind||5, 4770ft|