Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: see Gillett's guide
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Shared By: Errett Allen on Oct 16, 2004
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

This route lies on the far lower right side of the Renaissance Wall. An obvious narrow ledge runs out to the edge of the wall from the left. The route starts about half way out this ledge. There are several parallel crack and seam systems that diagonal up to the left off this ledge. This route is the most obviously jammable and protectable of these.

Follow the diagonal system for approximately 100 feet to a tree with slings. This is the upper of two trees visible from the ground. The crux comes at about the 70' level just above an obvious off-width section. The climbing is steep and continuous with jamming of all sizes from thin finger to off-width and includes liebacking, sidepulling and stemming off the other parallel systems. A little bit dirty in one section, but overall a very good route. From the tree, rappel 90-95 feet to the ground.

Protection

Standard rack to 4 inch.

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