Type: Trad, 150 ft, 2 pitches
FA: John Long and Terry Goodykoontz, Dec. 1973
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Shared By: Roger Linfield on Jul 5, 2006
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The start is a strenuous, tricky mantle. There is no protection, but with some effort you can place some gear at ground level and rig a long leash to keep your belayer from falling over backwards if you fall when he/she spots you. Above the start, a seriously runout 5.10A face takes you to the end of the first pitch. There is a second pitch (5.10A).


On the rounded prow to the left of Mike's Books.


Light rack and two bolts.


Josh Harding
Mills River, NC
Josh Harding   Mills River, NC
There seems to a new bolt protecting the mantle, making it a three bolt route. Mar 2, 2011
Jeff Sewell
Monterey Park, CA
Jeff Sewell   Monterey Park, CA
Bongledesh 2nd pitch was always a favorite alternative when soloing to Mike's Book's 2nd pitch May 17, 2017