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Servus 

YDS: 5.10 French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII- ZA: 19 British: E2 5b

   
Type:  Sport, 2 pitches, 250'
Original:  YDS: 5.10 French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII- ZA: 19 British: E2 5b [details]
FA: Robert Mueller, Tom Kalakay, Beth Kalakay, Tom Jungst
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Submitted By: Dan Bachen on May 3, 2013  with updates from Trevor Olson and 1 more

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Description 

From the platform scramble right past a small tree, up a low 5th class slab to the base of the route on a large ledge(~30 ft no bolts or anchors).

P1: Follow the bolt line up past large crystal lined pockets to the next large ledge and a set of chain anchors. 7 Bolts (100+ ft).

P2: Walk climbers left along this ledge 20 ft to a line of bolts. Climb upwards toward a gully, anchors are on your left after a shallow dihedral. Pitch 2 of Servus is the pitch that slants right and begins 25' left of the first pitch anchor. (P2 140 ft). Note: the bolts on the second pitch run out on an easy slab for about 30 ft before the anchors, gear if you want it is sparse.

Descent: Make 2 double rope rappels from chain anchors

There are a total of 3 separate climbs above pitch 1 of Servus. The "Direct Route" is Ribbit. Pitch 2 of Servus is the pitch that slants right and begins 25' left of the first pitch anchor, and finally the "Amber Variant" is the pitch that starts 40' left of the first anchor and goes straight up.

Location 

Follow the approach trail past the toe of frog rock to the west face. Ascend a small gully to a nice graveled platform. The route is up to climber's right from here, bolts can be seen on the black streak further up the wall.

Protection 

Draws, maybe a couple TCUs or tricams for the beginning or end slabs.


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