Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Jim Bridwell, Dave Bircheff, Wayne Steinert 3/65
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Shared By: Marty Brenner on Sep 30, 2006
Admins: andy patterson, Aron Quiter, Bruce Hildenbrand, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Toward the right half of Discovery Wall is a left-facing corner with a nice, roof-like overhang. Start climbing up the crack and toward the roof. There is a bolt, then a fixed pin under the roof. The pin seems good and solid, but you can easily place a back-up piece. Then you get to make improbable face moves out left, before climbing up around the roof's left side. Do not stop at the intermediate belay bolts unless setting up a TR for the bottom half. Continue up the crack up to a ledge with another bolt, which somewhat protects the final headwall. There are anchor bolts in the obvious notch at the top.

This is an excellent route with solid rock. It eats up good pro, plus has several bolts along the way.

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Standard Discovery Wall rack - med/large nuts, small/medium cams; a Yates Screamer or two is always a good idea also. 2 bolts pus a mid-pitch 2-bolt anchor and a 2-bolt anchor on top.