Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Nathan Fisher on Jun 20, 2003
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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This is the furthest west of the main wall climbs. It starts up the pedestal, which can be attained by walking west and then clambering up the gully. It climbs a left-facing crack left of the overhung bolted face. Nice jams, but short. Well protected.


Bring medium to large gear for the climb, and also for the anchors up top. Bring some runners also. Walk off to the NW.


Jason Billings
Draper, UT
Jason Billings   Draper, UT
The only problem with this climb is it's too short. Great climbing for a beginnning leader learning to set gear. Used mainly medium sized cams, a couple of smaller hexes, and a couple of large stoppers. Mar 13, 2005
christopher burton
Flagstaff, AZ
christopher burton   Flagstaff, AZ
Really good while it lasted. Nice jams, fun finish. Med gear. I ended up rapping off a sling and biner I left. Not sure if this can be walked off, looked like sketchy downclimbing into a bushwhack. May 11, 2016