Calling all Squamish experts.
I’m wondering if anyone knows anything about the anchor placed above two alluring wide crack systems low down on the Prow Wall? They look pretty steep, and are located to the right of Colin Moorhead’s Gravity Bong. One of them is part of a massive flake (mostly detached) with a precarious block perched on top. While I was up there in the summer of 2010 I found an old anchor, but can’t seem to locate anyone who knows anything about where it came from. I heard a rumor that John Furneaux was up there, but in an email he confessed he’s only ever looked at them, but never climbed them.I climbed the right side of it at 5.10a that summer, but I accessed it from rappelling down from the gully between the first and second summits, a fun adventure on it’s own. But getting to the other side of the pillar would likely involve hiking up from Gravity Bong. I’m just wondering what they are, if they’ve actually been climbed or not, and if they are as scary and intimidating as they look. I feel like one day the whole thing just might topple over, but it would be fun to scramble up there before it does. See photo’s attached, thanks for any leads. In the picture below, they are the two wide cracks in the very middle of the image, you can only see the upper quarter or third.
Below is the right side of the same formation.
Standing on top of the flake, (aka Pillar of Darkness)