Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 3 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Karsten Duncan on Jan 25, 2006 with 2 Suggestions
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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Nesting Closures Details

Description

This is a fun 5.6 multipitch. The climbing is fantastic and the position is amazing

Pitch 1: 5.6 This climb begins up a left facing dihedral/ramp. Follow the crack occasionally using face holds to a ledge and bolted anchors.  Approximately 35 meters.

Pitch 2: Take a tenuous traverse left. Be careful to protect for the second here. Take this short pitch to a ledge that is almost parallel to the last belay. Natural anchor takes 1-1.5".  Approximately 20 meters.

Pitch 3: Use face features to pull a short steep section and then follow the crack/seam up into another left facing dihedral to the summit.  Approximately 35 meters.

From the top walk back away from the face descending a small slab to a grassy bowl. Then climb up another steep slab for 30ft and then continue hiking west to get to hiking trail. Once at the trail follow it down to the right.

Protection

Nuts, Cams to 3 inches
Many long slings

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