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One of the more aesthetic lines on the wall. Easy climbing through the bottom jugy section of the wall leads to the yellow streak. Follow the yellow streak past river polished slopers and crimps to the top before rejoining a short blunt arete in the blue rock full of deceivingly pumpy crimps to a lone pocket. From the pocket follow good edges to the anchors
Find the long yellow streak surrounded by blue rock. 3rd route from the left, this is always the first route on the east face to be climbable as the river drops.
Bolts to anchors with fixed biners
By Herman Watson
From: Bozeman, Montana
Oct 18, 2016
I found this to be pretty hard, but it was my first 12c. So, what do I know? Fun, consistent, and thought-provoking at the high crux; there must be a dozen different ways to climb that section. Ultimately, I found my beta on my 9th (penultimate) lap.