Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Alan Watts, JoAnn Miller-Watts, August 1988
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Shared By: David Tvedt on Apr 30, 2006
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This route now goes straight up past a hand crack on the left to chain anchors. Fairly sustained for the first half, with the crux being on tricky pocket and knob moves after the 3rd bolt.


Just left of the Revelations arete in the middle of the wall.


Bolts (aprox. 6). Rap Anchors.


DJ Reyes
Northern Nevada
DJ Reyes   Northern Nevada
Seemed a bit stiff for the grade. Jul 11, 2010
Nate Ball
Portland, OR
Nate Ball   Portland, OR  
A couple of sustained 10a moves. Apr 15, 2012
Holden Marsh
Eugene, OR
Holden Marsh   Eugene, OR
The guide book says there are 5 bolts on this route, although there are actually 6. Jul 20, 2013
Todd DiAsio
Todd DiAsio  
Sustained and sometimes 'balancy' climbing on nubs between the 1st and 4th bolts. Eases up considerably after the 4th bolt. Difficulty is relative to climbers height - shorter climbers will find it difficult to reach some of the key "nubs" to free the climb. Suggest stick-clipping the 1st bolt. May 27, 2017
Ky Dame
The West
Ky Dame   The West
As usual, the first bolt is 15 feet off the deck, and the moves to it aren't trivial. Doable though! Oct 2, 2017
Steven Higdon
Rhododendron, OR
Steven Higdon   Rhododendron, OR
Great friction on good sized nubs. Just follow the chalk, until it eases into a nice hand jam. Oct 16, 2017
Tiffany Samson
Seattle, WA
Tiffany Samson   Seattle, WA
The stick clip for this comes at full extension. There are good pockets getting to the first bolt. Classic Smith nubbins, pockets and texture. 10- to the 4th bolt, then 5.6ish above. Has its own anchor w/ permadraws, not shared with the 5.9 to the right. Oct 29, 2018