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This is one of the older routes on the wall. The bolts were replaced by the ASCA in 2005.
The climb is near the left side of the wall. Climb past a bulge and then wander up and left to a bolted anchor. A second pitch goes up an easy corner for a bit and then follows a bolt line on the steep face to the right of a rounded arete. The second pitch has a bit of lichen on it, but it's worth doing and the pitches can be linked together if you are careful of rope drag.
Rap with one 70m rope to the anchors atop "Life in the Cretaceous" and then rap to the ground.
By kelly cordner
From: Fish Lake Valley, NV
Jul 7, 2012
super fun climbing. Both pitches are tightly bolted with a short run out at the top of each. BIG knobs at the top of 2nd pitch! Several 10- moves on the second pitch keep it interesting!
Dec 13, 2015
At least you get a break from some of the knobs. Cool moves.