Type: Trad, 220 ft (67 m), 2 pitches
FA: Ray Northcutt & Layton Kor?, 1950s
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Shared By: Leo Paik on Jul 5, 2001
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This 2 pitch area-classic ascends the narrow North face of Sharksfin. Gillett writes that this is likely the most frequented route in the area.

Find the right crack system just a few feet from the NW arĂȘte of Sharksfin. There are harder climbs just to the right on the West face.

P1. Connect cracks on easy terrain to start. As it steepens as you approach the belay, you find a short bit of in-your-face old-school-5.8 terrain as you angle slight left towards the belay ledge.

P2. The second pitch eases in difficulty on jugs up steep rock to the top, 5.6.

Descent: A short jaunt to the South end of the rock leads you to a few anchors (apparently difficult to find for some). A half-rope rap off the SW corner to a large ledge leads to downscrambling under a large boulder and walking terrain.


Wires, single set of cams to 3 1/2".