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|Type:||Trad, Alpine, 850 ft (258 m), 6 pitches|
|Page Views:||28,516 total · 112/month|
|Shared By:||Leo Paik on Feb 21, 2002|
|Admins:||Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC|
This is the yellow line in the beta photo to the right.
P1. This line followed a right-angling crack/dihedral at the right end of this face 5.6 s to a big ledge.
P2. Go left to a left-facing dihedral. Not much pro but carefully stand of various clods of dirt between jams, then up and left to a corner, 160 feet.
P3. Go up a 5.7 corner to a left-leaning groove, up and traverse left. Go up to the edge of a higher panel and up 25 feet to an angling ramp, 160 feet.
P4. Go up a groove left to a right-angling crack, traverse left at a ledge to a thin crack, go up, traverse left to a ledge/slot, 160 feet. #4 Friend useful for belay.
P5. Angle generally left to broken terrain, fire up a 5.4 slot to a small ledge and dihedral, 160 feet.
P6. Climb 25 feet more get you to the top.
Descent: walk off right past the 3rd Apron or traverse left to the parking lot at the top to hitch a ride down. Watch out for electrical storms.
Add: for what it is worth, we climbed this back when 50m ropes were as long as we had.