|Type: ||TR, Chipped, 1 pitch, 20'|
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|Submitted By: ||Aron Quiter on Oct 16, 2002|
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Climb the left side of the face on Plaque Rock. This route starts directly under the plaque, heads right through the plaque (hence modification) and then up using small crimpers and pinches to get you to the top.
This is not a very long route, but it does get harder towards the top.
There are two solid bolts behind the top of this rock. Bring a couple medium length slings (5') to avoid rope drag.
|By Ian Read|
Apr 18, 2003
I was out at Remillard in the spring (2002) and a climber ahead of had a flake pull off on him. It was about 3/4 of the way up and three moves above the plaque. It was a crucial left hand that's now just a blank spot. I haven't been able to get above it since that hand's been gone.