Type: Trad, Sport, 230 ft (70 m), 2 pitches Fixed Hardware (1)
FA: Richard Rossiter, Joyce Rossiter, & Steve Ilg - 1987
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Shared By: Josh Janes on Nov 8, 2003
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Access Issue: Private Property issues Details
Access Issue: Closed for raptor nesting from February 1 through Aug. 12? - each year Details


  • Note that we only did the second pitch after rapping from another climb and traversing across the big ledge system on the lower half of Mickey Mouse Wall*

Lifestream goes up the left side of the arete at the far left of the Mickey Mouse Wall. Climb up past a gear placement and then past [8] bolts to a two-bolt anchor (note the anchors do not have lowering rings and could use a pair of quicklinks up there). Two cruxes - one at the first bolt, one at the fifth. Lots of interesting sequences made this climb enjoyable.

Rap with a 60m rope to a grassy ledge ten feet above the main ledge.

The first pitch looks decent but nothing special. The meat of the route is the second pitch.


Second pitch is [8] bolts to a two-bolt anchor, bring a [#2 Friend] to protect the run to the first bolt. First pitch supposedly takes gear to one inch [and has 1 bolt].