Type: Sport, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: M. Rangel
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Shared By: manuel rangel on Mar 13, 2006 · Updates
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This is a water streak, holds are fairly stable but climb softly anyways. Pebbles rain down from the top of the Headwall and continue down eventually. Mostly knobs and edges in the matrix make for good holds. Stay low in the traverse to the left on the first pitch to keep the bolt above you. Use a long sling.


To find route, walk south about 200yds along trail at base of Headwall til you come to alcove and shallow dihedral with a line of bolts up a waterstreak. From Echo Canyon parking lot, look along headwall to tallest portion, a guano-covered pinnacle marks the left side of the climb.


Many bolts, some 1/2" x 7" with a two bolt anchor first pitch; Rap hangers on left for last pitch.