Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m)
FA: Don Wilson, Karen Wilson, Jack Marshall, 1988
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Shared By: rockratrei on Feb 27, 2006 · Updates
Admins: Luke EF, Larry DeAngelo, Justin Johnsen, Aaron Mc

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This route climbs the left-most of the two left-leaning cracks on the left side of the Dome. Start in the corridor at the base of the wall below the crack. Climb up to a bolt and along the crack passing another bolt along the way. At the end of the crack head up and right following good holds and seams (passing a bolt), aiming for a crack in the dark-varnish bulge above (bolt). Surmount the bulge to an optional belay on a ledge, or continue another 40' to belay near a bush. There are many options for gear around this bush.

A final pitch climbs the easy left-facing corner crack (5.5, 50-60') to the top.

As of summer 2023, all bolts were replaced with glueins.

Descent: Walk off to the right/southeast to the boulder field approach for Great Red Book area. From the top, walk across a flat area to a shallow gully (50') and scramble down to another flat area (50'), then ~150' to the GRB approach. Scramble/hike down through the boulder field and back to the base of the Dome.

Location Suggest change

The left-most of the obvious left-leaning cracks on the left side of the Dome. Starts about 10' inside the corridor.

Protection Suggest change

Standard rack with emphasis on gear to 1", nuts, and 4 bolts.

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