Type: Trad, Sport, TR, 180 ft (55 m)
FA: Stewart & Nancy Green, 1993
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Shared By: Leo Paik on Jun 1, 2005
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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This is the 3rd line from the left (2nd bolted line?) on the Silver Cascade Slab. However, it may appear to be the leftmost line unless you walk to the far, left end of the crag. Pleasant, runout, stickier than Reality Check.

Find this by parking at the Helen Hunt Falls, hike up the established trail (c. 0.5 mi) above the falls, past & above Silver Cascade, and before the bridge, head up & right through the trees to the slab. Find this line as the left line of 4 obvious bolted slab lines on the left side of the crag. The hangers appear blacker than its neighbors.

Scramble 4th class to an obvious ledge. Clip the bolt with a Trango hanger at a ledge, traverse left, clip the 1st bolt of Robertson Wall, continue left to the bolts with darker hangers. Go up on small, sort-of-positive holds past 3 bolts. Run it out on easier terrain to a flake. You can sneak in a mediocre #1 Camalot behind the flake and a marginal, small wire above. Continue up to a boulder & belay. Rock anchor of medium wire, blue Alien, & #3 Camalot or further up & left to a tree. 180 feet. Walkoff left.

7 pieces of pro in 180 feet pushed me to call it 's', despite the lack of such designation in B. D'Antonio's C. Sprgs. guide.

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5 QDs, #1 Camalot and small wire, maybe more if you are creative.