Description

Shady most of the day do to the big roof.
Probably the most impressive feature at the North Shore, if not all of Reimer's. Consists of a giant horizontal roof with several perma-drawed traversing routes.

Getting There

Follow the main trail across the creek and keep going. Go right at the "To Climbing Walls" sign, go left past Little Guides Wall. The trail goes under Awesome Roof, you can't miss it. You'll pass one horizontal roof on the way but it isn't nearly as big. This one is probably 40-50' wide and only 15-20' off the ground.

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anyone have any info about the Bitchin' High Traverse above the roof?
also, bee hive is still active as of today directly up and to the left off the first permadraw for Pay at the Pump Aug 3, 2015
Josh Janes    
So if I climb Pay at the Pump to the SECOND bolt, what's the grade? Would someone please just submit a route description for it already? Alfonso??? Oct 6, 2016
Jesse Bruni
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Jesse Bruni   Austin
This "subroute" stuff is nonsense. All climbing grades are nonsense, but we've established a system that is more or less understood everywhere in the world in which routes have a distinct start and a distinct finish. Falling anywhere between the start and the finish is considered failure to send. We don't claim ticks of lesser grades for getting to the Nth bolt. If you wanna train your endurance by climbing to whatever permadraw go for it, it's rock climbing, you can do what you like. But listing these "subroutes" as if they are individual climbs is ridiculous. My 2 cents. Jan 18, 2018