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The Bihedral (Upper Tier)
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L to R R to L Alpha
A Fly in the Ointment 
Acid Crack 
Acid Rock 
Bihedral Arete 
Blood Diamond 
Case of the Fags 
Crack Variation 
Dan's Line 
Diamonds and Rust 
Dihedral Variation 
Edge of Reality 
Fat Tuesday 
Flags of Our Fathers 
Flesh Eating Flies 
Group Therapy 
High Hard One 
Hold The Line 
It's Time For Change 
Just Putin Around 
Left-Handed Tool 
Loose Blocks [in the Black Band] 
Night Moves 
Oh Boy 
Puff Daddy 
Rhodian Shores 
Rhodian, Naturally 
Sands of Iwo Jima 
Sun Spot 
Thumb Tack 
Tool King 
Trick or Treat 
Where's Ray? 

Where's Ray? 

YDS: 5.8 French: 5b Ewbanks: 16 UIAA: VI- British: HVS 4c

Type:  Sport, 1 pitch, 60'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.8+ French: 5b Ewbanks: 16 UIAA: VI- British: HVS 4c [details]
FA: Greg Hand & Kent Lugbill 11/1/06
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Greg Hand on Nov 3, 2006
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Lin Murphy leading, 7-9-10.
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Clip a bolt and climb the overhang. Follow easier rock to the crux at the 3rd & 4th bolts where the rock steepens and the holds get smaller.


8 feet right of Bihedral Arete start.


Four bolts to a 2-bolt anchor.

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Donny leading Where's Ray?
Donny leading Where's Ray?
Approach to routes on the upper tier of the Bihedral. <br /> <br />Follow the approach trail up the hill until it cuts right toward the rock at a flat area. Spot a cairn by a big pine tree close to the rock. Head right, past the tree and around a rock rib.  Climb the rock, mostly easy with a short 3rd-class section, up to the upper tier.
BETA PHOTO: Approach to routes on the upper tier of the Bihedr...
Kent Lugbill leading Where's Ray.
BETA PHOTO: Kent Lugbill leading Where's Ray.
At the second bolt.
At the second bolt.
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By JellieBean
From: Lakewood
May 19, 2008

Did I miss something in the guide info? What is above the anchors on this route? They still look shinny and pretty. Is it new?

By Greg Hand
From: Golden, CO
May 19, 2008

JellieBean (did you change your name?), Where's Ray ends at the same first anchor as Flags of Our Fathers. Then, Flags.. goes up 2 more pitches to a new anchor which is also for the Bihedral Arete. These routes were done Fall 2006. Above that anchor is the short and difficult Sands of Iwo Jima.