Type: Trad, 445 ft (135 m), 4 pitches
FA: L. Patterson, B. Hagen, G. Woodsworth '66, FFA: G. Cameron (solo) 1979
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Shared By: Bob Graham on Oct 15, 2006
Admins: Mark Roberts, Mauricio Herrera Cuadra, Kate Lynn, Braden Batsford

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The guidebook calls it, "A magnificant squeeze chimney in a majestic curving dihedral." Climb Birds of Prey onto the slim ramp, and belay. Continue up the steepening ramp, and belay in the offwidth. Then the follow the beautiful sweeping "pipeline" off-width pitch for about 170 ft to the top. This is not a squeeze chimney, I am small and did not fit in it. If you have larger feet you will get heel toe jams.

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Walk off/down climb

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big gear the cracks stays pretty much in a very big size from old #5 camalots to new #6 camalots or wild country. Bring some big bros, green and maybe 1 blue. Some small gear for after the crux is helpful although the climbing eases it is a long way to the belay, yellow alien to 1 # camalot I think it was. No anchors at the top, bring long slings to use a tree.  It sounds like there is now 2 bolts on this route from the updated posts below.