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The climbing on this one is way out there in exposure. You can do this one in two pitches or one long pitch that's definitely a lot more pumpy. Start about twenty feet to the right of Phantom Menace. It's just to the right of a small pine.
Pitch One is a killer combo of small flake-edges and pockets. A neat crux for three bolts and then plain ole' jug cruising.
Pitch Two. Climb the arete using holds on both sides. Climb past a cool monkey bar to a small ledge with scooped out holds. In the ceiling above is a killer two-finger pocket, the rest is up to you.
You barely reach the ground with one 70-meter rope.
This route is about twenty feet to the right of the large left-facing corner called, The Phantom Menace. It's a few feet to the right of the pine tree.
13 quickdraws if you're doing it in two pitches or 21 quickdraws if you're doing it in one pitch.
|By Darren Knezek|
Jun 2, 2009
I added the first pitch to this climb today and if you do it as one long pitch it definitely goes up to four stars, at least for me.
From: centerville, utah
May 26, 2011
rating: 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b
Loved this route. Upper part on the arÍte was the crux for me. My left foot scrambling for a hold. That left hand undercling is the key on the roof section awesome!