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|Type: ||Sport, 5 pitches, 280 feet, Grade III|
|Consensus: ||5.9 [details]|
|FA: ||Rob Hagler and Mike Tompson, September 2002|
|Season: ||Summer mostly|
|Submitted By: ||Jeff J on Oct 30, 2010|
Getting off of pitch 2
P1: (5.4)Start on a flat sand bar by the creek bed. 90' to a large ledge with chains.
P:2(5.4) Follow the line of least resistance past 3 or 4 bolts to a chains on a ledge. 90'
P3: (5.7) follow up past a chossy ledge to the steeping wall to good holds. It started to get fun from here.
P4:(5.8)in 2004 Dan Clark joined the FAs to add the upper two pitches, there a bit chosey but are getting better.
P5: (5.9) just a bit harder than the 5.8 and still in the choss.
Follow the creek right along the cliff, when you get to the end look up to see the bolts.
Protection: quick draws and personal anchor of you choice.
All fixed anchors
BETA PHOTO: climbing 101 approximate location