Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Bret and Stuart Ruckman 1989
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Shared By: tenesmus on Jun 8, 2006
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Pull through the small roofs clipping bolts and placing gear. A little pumpy and not quite as fun as Weinie Roast. ****see comments below ***


The left of the two routes at the back of the picnic area


bolts, medium to small cams, nuts


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Sammamish, WA
Riddler   Sammamish, WA
A brown tri-cam near the top worked great for me. Watch out for stinging nettle growing out of the wall on the way to the first bolt; it hurts! Aug 8, 2009
I went back to this for the first time in years and found this route to be much more fun than I remembered. It isn't as straight forward as Wienie Roast but still uniquely fun. Typical BCC technique works well here. You know the one where you, "find the right position to lock off on a hold then paw around for the next hold and roll into the position that makes the new one a jug". Loads of cool gear in there. Seems like staying right after the bolts is more fun.

This route could use an independent anchor. Its possible to clean on rappel but a lot more fun to do an extra lap and clean it on TR. Jun 23, 2015