Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Peter Hubbel and George Fedoronko 1978
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Shared By: Patrick McGaugh on Aug 31, 2001 · Updates
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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The route is easily spotted. It is the giant flake in the middle of the rock that ends at a tree. The route starts just to the right of Arching Way in a good size crack. The crux is a little wide but comes quickly and isn't bad at all. Soon the flake will be obvious on your right. Head right and get ready to climb one of the nicer cracks I have experienced.

My two biggest pieces were a #3 Camalot and a #4 Friend so I placed the #3 as high as I could and then started up. I slid my #4 until the angle lessened up and ran it out to the belay. The rock isn't steep so it makes for an easy but fun lieback. You can walk or rap off from the belay. If you're in the area it's a fun route.


This route mostly requires 3-4" cams. You could use a smaller piece or two before the main flake. Some long slings before the flake help reduce drag. The belay is a tree with slings.