Type: Sport, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Stuart and Bret Ruckman, Libby Ellis, 1990
Page Views: 6,652 total · 30/month
Shared By: Jonathan Sakai on Jun 10, 2003
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane

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Description

This sport route (6 bolts _ chains) would make a really nice training climb. The first 60' is face climbing on a multitude of good holds, which leads to a small roof which is just enough to get you pumping. Note that the climb starts from a large ledge ~15' up from the bank of the stream. So when rapping down, stop at the ledge!

Beta: There is supposedly a scramble somewhere at the midpoint of Dogwood (see the first photo in this section - the left-slanting shrub-covered diagonal?) - but we found it a little too overgrown to navigate safely. We rapped down from the chains on a 60m rope.

Protection

This route is bolted, with chains at the top. There are plenty of features at the top to set up a belay station with cams and nuts (we found the scramble a bit dicey and decided to just climb up and out).

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