This route is the biggest drip located along the railroad tracks. Just watch out for the trains; they're loud and often.
From the parking area, walk north on the railroad tracks for about 5-10 minutes.
Lead with screws or scramble up about 50 yards to the south of the route to gain top rope access.
One more of Steve. 10 out of 10 for proper posture...
Steve Tucker on the Main Route. 07 Feb '10.
Kate and Steve on Main Flow. March 2010.
Rhoads on the left side of the Main Route on 2/13/...
BETA PHOTO: Pretty good on 2/13/10
Kate Muehling and Steve Tucker on Main Route. 7 Fe...
Byran Kuhn Leading up the Main Route 2/9/2008
BETA PHOTO: Main Router 1/20/2009 up close. I don't remeber w...
Fun stuff on a brilliant day!
BETA PHOTO: a view from the tracks
Jon Jugenheimer leading The Main Route.
Feb 14, 2010
I climbed the right side of the main route 2/14/10 and I left two slings with biners lower down than the other anchors in order to keep the ropes out of the mud up top. Enjoy!
By Dylan Colon
From: Eugene, OR
Feb 14, 2010
I was there with a few people today, found and used those slings to rappel down after top-roping. Not sure how we missed you. Were you there really early (we were there by 10:30, so not that early actually)?