Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m)
FA: Duncan Ferguson and John Bragg, 1974
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Shared By: Ben Schneider on Dec 31, 2000
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Description

Begin atop some boulders at the base of the prominent wall just a hundred meters north of the large cement slab by the river. Traverse up and left in the rotten band with poor pro. Reach a huge flake with good pro - place pro as far right as you can, and add a long runner to it. Surmount the flake, head right and around a corner (tricky - stay low to make it easier). Follow a beautiful finger crack up and right until it meets another crack (where you will find two pins - use really long runners). Now work up then sharply left to a two-bolt anchor. Expect bad rope drag. 160 feet.

You can rappel with on 60m rope if you are very careful and downclimb from the ledge.

Protection

RPs, standard rack.

Location

This begins just right of C'est La Vie.

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