Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Bryan Burdo (?)
Page Views: 10,291 total · 66/month
Shared By: Peter Franzen on Jan 24, 2006
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Description

A fun, well-protected route that is great for laps on rainy days or for warming up. On the right side of WWI, starting in a small dihedral capped by a little roof. The crux is near the top, but, as with every other hard move on the route, has a huge rest right below it.

Protection

All bolts with an anchor

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Scott Goodwin
Seattle, WA
 
Scott Goodwin   Seattle, WA
 
I was around the corner when the chunk fell today (5/19/13), and it was quite alarming. Luckily no one was hurt. I was the first person to climb it after the rockfall, and it turns out that the large-ish side pull just before the second crux was what fell off. I was puzzled why I couldn't make it past that part, having never had a problem with it in the past. I finally made it up after a few attempts, so it is still doable. Not sure if Rainy Day is now a 12b, but in any case, it is certainly a bit harder than it was before! And it now has a third crux!
Definitely a good idea to wear your helmet if you're hanging out, or belaying, at the bottom of this climb. May 19, 2013
Kemper Brightman
Tucson
 
Kemper Brightman   Tucson
 
Cheers for the permadraws on this! Jul 18, 2016