|The third flatiron, can you see the large CU on the east face's upper reaches?
|A climber near one of the belay options on the first pitch. In the center left part of the photo climbers are about to start the first pitch.
|The beige line of rock going across the photo is the bottom of the "C" and is a common belay spot.
A gentle upward traverse across the C makes up pitch 4/5 depending on how parties pitched out the climbing below. The gully at the top right side of the CU is quite moderate and has an eye bolt marking the route, with a very short downclimb before crossing to the upper face. Crossing this gully in several places other than what was just described would involve hard down climbing or a rappel.
From the eye bolt at the top right of the C, two pitches are typically done, with airy exposure and fun friction climbing. These generally are directly trending straight up above the belay, with the final pitch trending right at the very end.
|A climber on the final few feet of friction climbing before reaching the summit.
|A climber almost done with the last rappel.