Type: Trad, Sport, 4 pitches
FA: David Gunstone and Darryl Cramer
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Shared By: Jesse James on Apr 16, 2006
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This route is basically a 3 pitch extension to the first pitch of Lamplighter.

P1(5.10c). Lamplighter, it is a steep looking wide crack, with many good holds to supplement. After the chimney follow a crack system slightly right past a couple bolts. Don't belay at the first anchor you see! Keep heading right another 20 feet to another two bolt anchor. I thought this was the best pitch on the route.

P2(5.11a). Follow Bolts over the bulge directly above the belay to an edgy face.

P3(5.10+). More edging past many bolts.

P4(5.11a). Follow more bolts past two roofs to a final two bolt anchor at a nice ledge. The second roof holds the crux of the route in my opinion.

A 70 meter rope will get you through all of the rappels


Left of Davis Holland, you will see two bulging offwidths off of the ground. Lamplighter is the right crack. Then follow the bolts.


15 or so draws, 70 meter rope, single rack to 3 inches for the first pitch.

Parties often leave their trad gear at the top of P1, and then recover it on rappel. (It is just dead weight for the next 3 pitches.)