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Take the skyline arete right of the Sunset Arete. The finish can go either far left or via the face and arete (much better). Clean stone, cool moves.
Half a dozen draws and a rope.
Awesome route, one of the better routes on North T...
Steve about to commit.
Steve Seats at the arete.
Looking down "Rebel Yell" from just below the anch...
Getting it done.
|By Tod Anderson|
Aug 9, 2002
The correct way to do this route, albeit contrived as most Table Mtn. routes are is on the arete, not in the wide crack on the left and not way around the arete to the right as I saw someone do once. Otherwise it's not 5.11b.
|By Tzilla Rapdrilla|
Apr 30, 2009
The hangers were replaced on the route during the week of 4/27/2009 and two bolts added, one at the start to protect the area below the high first bolt and another in the crux at the top. The top crux can be done on the face to the left of the arete by using a higher left handhold than the obvious nice sidepull/undercling. Finishing around the corner to the right at the top could risk rope damage in a fall. Apparently Ken Trout already fixed the top anchors I would have done that too, thanks Ken!!