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This is a mixed route but for some reason, this database does not offer that category in the description selections
Begin a few feet left of Lone Wolf where a slabby portion of the cliff meets the ground. Step up on the slab and access a thin fracture, follow it up until reaching the broad ledge about halfway up that breaks the climb into two sections. Begin part two under a roof and boulder up the beginning of the second section, finishing on a wonderland of perfect jugs and edges.
There is a beautiful, large fossilized tree impression in the stone that forms the roof feature above the broad ledge
This climb is similar to its three cousins immediately to the right. Try to avoid a herd mentality and mindlessly converge at the same finish as the neighboring routes. Each route of the quartet can have its own, worthy, distinct finish if the leader is cognizant.
left side of Wolf Wall....to the left of Lone Wolf....the final route possible on this portion of the formation
mixed, three bolts protect the route's crux. Requires a well-sorted light rack. There are opportunities for all sizes of placements. Ring anchors at the top