Type: Trad, 800 ft (242 m), 6 pitches
FA: Gary Hemming, Jerry Gallwas, Barbara Lilley, and G. Schlief, September 1952
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Shared By: Roger Linfield on Feb 24, 2006
Admins: C Miller, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Vicki Schwantes, Justin Johnsen

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Description

This route follows the first crack system to the right of the North Buttress, angling left after four or five pitches to the broken ledge system with two large trees on the North Buttress. From there, you can finish via either the North Buttress route or the Uneventful. A 150’ long 4th class pitch leads to a nice belay spot on a ledge. The second pitch is the crux, and the best pitch on the climb. It is well-protected, and involves underclinging right around a horn and then going over an overhang and up to a belay ledge. From the left end of this ledge, two pitches up a wide crack system (5.3 and 5.5) lead to the easy traverse that takes you left to the North Buttress/Uneventful routes.

Protection

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