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Using the drill hole and large dimples for your feet reach high and clip the first bolt. Climb up to the seemingly blank face to find a nice crimp, step up and gaston the flake on the right to get a jug. Continue up moderate climbing to the top.
This is a fun rock route, but can be drytooled also. Please becareful drytooling to not destroy too many holds
about 8 feet to the left of Spray which is the arete just left of the main ice flow
|By Evan Johnson|
From: Prior Lake, MN
Dec 3, 2012
Anyone have a guess at the mixed or drytool rating for this?