Type: Sport, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Alan Nelson, Ken Trout, April 1991.
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Shared By: Ben Mottinger on Sep 8, 2001
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The is the last bolted route to the east before the cave with the overhanging faces. The cave has a fixed sling/rap ring anchor above a thin crack. To the right, a few feet right of the arete marks the start of this route.

There are a few delicate moves that will test your footwork and balance. Figure out the crux before the last bolt to get the onsight before the pump sets in. The bolt that protects the crux is below your feet by the time you can get to a stance to clip the next one at the lip. A second mini-crux comes in manteling the lip.

Protection Suggest change

5 draws (maybe more now) to a 2 bolt anchor with funky tow-truck-like snaps (formerly a double hook anchor).

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