Type: Trad, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Jeremy Smith
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Shared By: manuel rangel on May 21, 2006
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Excellent corner, crack is very clean and takes all the pro you throw in it. Face holds make this easier than it looks. Look for a belay ledge at the 2nd roof on the left.


Large corner formed by Rainbow Buttress/Wall and North Walls. Look for a black and brown corner; in the shade year round.


fingers to wide as you want.


Linda White
maricopa, AZ
  5.6 PG13
Linda White   maricopa, AZ
  5.6 PG13
I love this climb!!!! It's a great one to teach trad skills!!!
2nd pitch is short. Can anchor on top with tree or use anchor from Green Lantern. Apr 28, 2008
Dan Anderson
Phoenix, Arizona
Dan Anderson   Phoenix, Arizona
This was a fun first Trad lead. Plenty of comfy stances to park and sort through gear. At start of second pitch, stay left of the slightly overhung 5.9 slot on Shadow Fax. That was a bit spicier than expected but still fun. Oct 17, 2011
Nick Schlichtman
Golden, CO
Nick Schlichtman   Golden, CO
Did this for my first trad lead as well. Linked as one long pitch. Great stances to place gear and placing gear was very straight forward and obvious. Thought there was one section that may be considered run out if you dont have any larger cams (think I placed a #4 and was glad I had it). Very fun and easy climb. Apr 23, 2012
Sam Joe Carl
Phoenix, AZ
Sam Joe Carl   Phoenix, AZ
Good route, I don't think it sees a lot of traffic. It could be easily done in one pitch with a 70m rope. Bring a #4 if you aren't comfortable running it out about 30 feet. The second pitch consists of about 25-30 feet of climbing and then another 20 feet of low angle scrambling. I put in two pieces on the second pitch. Rappel off the anchors for Green Lantern Mar 27, 2017