Type: Trad, 120 ft (36 m)
FA: Jack Marshall & Don Wilson, October 1988
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Shared By: Vernon Stiefel on Nov 15, 2003
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Begin at the southern end of a light brown crag adjacent to the highest and northern most crag. Climb in a left tending direction past the 3rd bolt until reaching a horizontal at the 6th bolt. Continue up and slightly right past three more bolts to the summit. You will be greeted by 10+ / 11- moves above each bolt enroute to the top. The most difficult moves occur between the 2nd and 3rd bolt.

The coarseness of the rock promotes astonishingly good friction if you trust smearing on the tiny protruding granules. Three or four stars out of five.


Quickdraws for nine bolts (3/8") and an optional #1 or #2 camalot between the 6th and 7th bolts. A two bolt anchor with rings is on top.