Type: Sport, 45 ft (14 m)
FA: Stewart Green and Brian Shelton, August 2004
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Shared By: Livia on Jul 17, 2006
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From the guidebook: pleasant 40-foot pitch on the far right side of the slab. 3 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor.

Other notes: it is route #2 in guidebook. The route length is my approximation - use your own judgment. The moves just below the first bolt seem to be the most difficult.

Location Suggest change

This is immediately to the right of the first group of trees that you see in front of the slab as you approach it from the North. The route behind the trees is Helios (5.8), right of Helios is El Sol and right of El Sol is Frigga (5.7).

Protection Suggest change

3 bolts plus a 2-bolt anchor.

Eds. note that the hangers are thin and do not have rap rings or links. You may be able to thread these and rap, but these are not the beefy, Metolius-type rap hangers.

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