Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: John Barbella, Tom Templemen - 2/76
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Shared By: Marty Brenner on Sep 30, 2006
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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures Details


This is a very overlooked route, but definitely worth doing. Start up the funky crack toward Mammary Pump, then head right past a bolt. Climb an interesting move over a sharp arete edge and try not to slice your crotch on it. Then head straight up the nice crack, which is in a little bit of a flare/corner. Above, you will get to an offwidth section. You can face climb past it, OW it, or both. It is spooky without a big piece to protect it though, so bring the Big Dude.


At the right end of Discovery Wall, near the intersection of the High Peaks Trail. From the intersection, walk a few yards toward the main section of Disco Wall, but before the little hill/steps, and look up for a crack in a corner.

Descent is walking off the backside and down the climber trail.


Narrow nosed biners for homemade bolt hangers with small holes, medium to large pro, one really big piece for the OW section. Yates Screamers are nice for the old, Star-Dryvin bolt.


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