Great sport climb on the outer face of the column that forms Seven Virgins and a Mule. I can't recall how many bolts it is, but nice sustained climbing with frequent rests on good holds gets you up to a big incut ledge.
Generally well bolted, at this point you'll be about 7-8 feet above your last bolt, with another just around the corner... but you've got a slightly hair raising stance to clip from! You'll need a steel pulse to get through it...
After that it's a quick romp to the chains.
On the outer face of the column whose inner face is part of the Seven Virgins and a Mule chimney.
Bolts, can't recall how many but you can see them all from the ground.
From: Seattle, WA
Oct 21, 2012
Spaced bolts make this an exciting route.
|By Aaron Nash|
May 20, 2013
7 bolts to the anchor. Great moves up to the 6th
|By geoff georges|
From: Seattle, Wa.
Mar 20, 2014
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b
Much more space between bolts then on many other Vantage sport climbs. About 12' between 5th and 6th bolt. There is a bolt hole, but no bolt. It's been that way for as long as I've been on the route, wonder if the FA decided to not place it there after drilling?