Type: Trad
FA: Mr. Beckey
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Shared By: Lizzy Trower on Feb 2, 2006
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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures Details


The obvious crack going straight (ok, a little bit left) up the middle of the crag. You can jam it, you can layback it, you can even climb it in the rain (makes the grade a little harder...). If you go on a nice weekend, there may already be some people with a rope on it so you won't even need to worry about finding it.


Standard trad rack to 2", bolted anchor at the top.


Casey Jones
Seattle, WA
Casey Jones   Seattle, WA
Short, but great route! Feb 9, 2006
Very fun and very consistent for its grade. You can also top rope this and the others next to it before trying your hand at the lead. Easy access to the road makes this popular on weekends. Apr 27, 2006
Fun crack. Good rock! Sep 13, 2006
smassey   CO
On 31 August 2011, the ASCA replaced the anchor with two 1/2x2.75" SS 5-piece bolts. Hangers and chain are camo'd. The old anchor took very little force to remove. Sep 4, 2011
Thanks for the new anchor! I just donated to ASCA last week. Apr 30, 2012
Drew Cross
Bothell, WA
Drew Cross   Bothell, WA
There's a fixed cam just shy of halfway up the route. Jul 10, 2017
Patrick Thorpe
Portland, OR
Patrick Thorpe   Portland, OR
Watch your rope. As soon as you get up to the slab section, it's easy to pull your rope deep into the vertical crack, walking all your cams deep inside or getting the rope stuck between a cam lobe and the wall. Make sure to keep that rope on the outside of the crack on the slab section. Jul 28, 2017
Ben Williams   van
If you plan on top roping, I'd recommend placing a directional at the top of the crack. The swing on a fall will get ya. Aug 8, 2017
Isaac   Portland
Patrick's comment (above) is right on. We also got a rope stuck at the top of the crack just as he describes. I would highly recommend extending your final piece before pulling onto the slab and take special care to keep your rope well to the right of the crack, as it was a bear for my partner to unstick... excellent climb though! Aug 5, 2018