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Goddess

5.10c, Sport,  Avg: 3.5 from 94 votes
FA: unknown
Washington > Central-W Casca… > N Bend & Vicinity > Exit 32 / Littl… > British Aisles > AWOL

Description

One of the most beautiful lines in the area. With a high balancy crux its a great intro to the grade. All of the preceding moves are much easier so the crux can be a stopper.

Protection

5 bolts up to chains equipped for lowering off. Please top rope through your own gear. 

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Climbing Goddess for the first time
[Hide Photo] Climbing Goddess for the first time
Roskie chillin' on the belay ledge of Goddess. Really though, the ledge isn't super dog friendly. You'll have to lift your pup about chest high
[Hide Photo] Roskie chillin' on the belay ledge of Goddess. Really though, the ledge isn't super dog friendly. You'll have to lift your pup about chest high
A photo that does a pretty bad job actually giving you a feel for what the route looks like.
[Hide Photo] A photo that does a pretty bad job actually giving you a feel for what the route looks like.

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rohan bk
Seattle, WA
  5.10c
[Hide Comment] What an amazing route! There is a jug whenever you need it, and the climbing is so much fun. If you can climb the grade, try this route. Jan 26, 2014
Chase G
Portland, OR
[Hide Comment] This route was a ton of fun. Slight overhang with fun moves to flakes and jugs going back an forth from right and left. Jul 1, 2017
Ky Dame!
The West
  5.10b/c
[Hide Comment] FYI this starts from a big ledge that takes some scrambling to get to. From the Repos its only 20 yards or so. There are more routes lower, so its easy to think that Goddess is down there. Oct 5, 2017
Hank Thompson
Tacoma, WA
 
[Hide Comment] The splitter crack to the right of the bolts looks like a fun direct start, Id be curious to know if people have done it before. Mar 23, 2019
Tiffany Samson
Seattle, WA
  5.10c
[Hide Comment] Sweet climbing for the first 3 bolts. Then a little traverse and a crimp or finger lock for the crux. The left footholds are a little thin. Great bomber hold after that. And then easier lackluster climbing up top. Sep 3, 2019
Jared Stever
Issaquah, WA
 
[Hide Comment] Hank, not sure if its on MP, but that route is in the Snoq Rock book. Listed as .10b hand crack that meets up with Goddess around the 3rd bolt. Oct 3, 2019
Nick Drake
Newcastle, WA
[Hide Comment] All bolts and chains replaced with stainless courtesy of a grant from WARP, washingtonanchors.org/, please consider making a donation as each dollar goes toward hardware purchase. All work and tools are on a volunteer basis. Nov 6, 2019