Type: Sport, TR, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: Dixon, Mosher
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Shared By: EricT on Feb 5, 2006
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Great Race is on the right wall of the 3rd class gully and is a great sporty vertical line. Steep, slabby (is that an oxymoron?) moves down low give way to buckets higher up.


Good bolts to a bolted anchor. Descend via rapping or going down the gully. For toproping, it is preferable to use the bolts at the top of the arete, not the pair at the back of the ledge (to prevent swinging into the trees).

Update: The two-bolt anchor out on the arete was replaced in 2007 and consists of two 1/2" x 4" wedge-bolts with rings.