Type: Trad, Sport, 95 ft
FA: Dan Sperlock
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Shared By: Dylan Kuhn on Aug 15, 2006
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The bottom half is fairly easy face and crack climbing that goes right of the big roof. Once above the roof, entertaining bolt-protected friction climbing leads to the anchor.


Between Triple Roofs and Easy Corner. The rappel down is about 95 feet.


Trad gear to 1", followed by three bolts and chains at the anchor.


Brice W
Brice W  
I don't know if this is the normal start, but I climbed straight up some fun face, cracks and grooves to below the roof, then bypassed it on the right to gain the face and head up and left for the first bolt. It was not hard. At the top, I headed right to the crack after clipping the last bolt since I couldn't figure how to go straight up the bolt line. Sep 8, 2008
Fun route. Aug 23, 2010
Courtney Pace   Sandy
The bolted section will get your hands sweaty. Its full-on 10a slab climbing. Just enough bolts to keep you feeling secure. Apr 24, 2012