Type: Trad, 65 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Craig Childre on Sep 18, 2006
Admins: Drew Nevius

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Some quality moves down low, and a little run out. Once you turn the 3rd deck it turns into 4-5 broken ledges. Worth climbing. I would break into two pitches for rope drags sake.


Just to the right of Yellow Corner. Look for the three tiers that face north.




wankel7   Indiana
If you left a bomber bail anchor on this route...I have it so let me know if it is yours. Nov 26, 2011
Denver, CO
Ignacio   Denver, CO
Rope drag can be a real [drumroll] drag on this route. Seriously. I wish I've read the recommendation of making it two pitches before. Even with the draws extended on every piece of pro, the drag gets terrible towards the top. Apr 22, 2012
Portland, OR
jfailing   Portland, OR
The first half of this route is very good. Cool climbing and great protection. The second half is somewhat mediocre, not to mention tons of loose stuff. Also made the mistake of doing this in one pitch.

Would recommend building an anchor before the rope-drag starts if there are people in your party who would like to TR. Sep 8, 2015