Type: Sport
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Luke Stefurak on Feb 2, 2006 with updates from Tiffany Samson
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Description

This line ascends the obvious arete one wall to the left of godess. Commit to the footwork in the crux and you'll send.

Protection

Bolts, Bolts, Bolts. Has its own anchor.

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Phil Chi
Bend, OR
 
Phil Chi   Bend, OR
 
Run out on easy climbing above the crux. Could place a nut at the top of the first section to limit the possibility of a bad fall but it's up to you Nov 13, 2008
Alecks
Seattle
Alecks   Seattle
I would be wary of this route. I climbed through the well protected crux and ran it out on easier climbing to a ledge. I figured there would be some protection but the nearest bolt was another 10 feet up a soaking wet slab that looked committing (it was probably easy but I wasn't willing to risk the fall). climbing over to another route didn't seem easy either. I ended up rapping off the ledge. Nov 14, 2013
S. Yi
Bellevue, WA
 
S. Yi   Bellevue, WA
 
one of the few 5.11a's at exit 32. worth doing. crux and pump is getting to and past the third bolt. the 5th bolt is very run out but easy to get to. May 24, 2016
cashmab  
Seems unnecessarily runout after the crux. It could be better protected to mitigate risk of a nasty fall getting to the 5th bolt. A breeze on TR but a pretty bold lead IMO May 8, 2017
Tiffany Samson
Seattle, WA
  5.11b
Tiffany Samson   Seattle, WA
  5.11b
I set this up on TR from the 5.9 on the left (the anchors aren't too far apart), but it was difficult whipping the rope over and there was still some rope drag. 10- start. Solid getting to the first bolt, and nice climbing to the 2nd. Getting to bolts 3 & 4 are steep - very upper body intense with a layback while positioning on small foot edges. Move up small crimpers quickly. Then 5.easy climbing until the ledge. Back to 5.10 climbing off the ledge. Right wall is very wet after raining the day prior, but I was able to use a little on the left and still able to use 1-2 foot holds and 1 handhold on the right, plus used the arete to move over. Top is really crappy when wet. Nov 14, 2018