Type: Sport, 35 ft
FA: Wallace and Lyon
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Shared By: Ryan Palo on Oct 13, 2006
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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Access Issue: Carver cliff is on PRIVATE PROPERTY! Details

Description

Despite this route's short stature, it as the name implies challenging. Begin on easy slab climbing to the first bolt where big moves on small incut holds await. Move past two more bolts up and left or head right after the third into an enjoyable undercling.

Location

Furthest bolted line to the right

Protection

Three bolts and bolt anchor.

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Ryan Palo
Bend, oregon
  5.11c
Ryan Palo   Bend, oregon
  5.11c
We both got it wrong. Its the furthest bolt line on the right Oct 14, 2006
mark d
 
mark d  
 
that is funny.

either way this is a great route for carver and it should be on the locals circuit. Oct 14, 2006
Wolfgang Braun
Beavercreek, Oregon
  5.11c
Wolfgang Braun   Beavercreek, Oregon
  5.11c
Definitely a short, challenging, route! Lots of good moves though. Oct 15, 2008
another Chad
  5.11b/c
another Chad  
  5.11b/c
Though it looks neglected, most of the foot & handholds are clean. Fun little climb.


Chad May 21, 2012
dmPete
  5.11b/c
dmPete  
  5.11b/c
Sweet little climb, and a lot of punch for just three bolts.

Portland Rock Climbing book suggests optional small pro for the easy slab climbing prior to the first bolt. At first I didn't think that was necessary, as the climbing to the bolt is so gentle.

Realized after missing the crux move a couple times (right after the first bolt) and getting flossed by the rope, that maybe the optional pro was more for rope management than fall protection.

A small nut or BD .1 X4 could save you from rope burn in some unfortunate places. Jul 18, 2016