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Generally known as the Grand Central Pillar, is an independent line for much of it's height. Variation starts exist at the base of the starting further right from the standard route and joining it about halfway to the summit. Some grade 14 and harder rock pitches have been reported.
Grand Central Pillar
VI 5 5- 14
John Allen, Tobin Sorenson Aug 1979