Type: Sport
FA: M. Stumpf, B. Albonico, 1981.
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Shared By: Blitzo on Oct 18, 2006
Admins: Aron Quiter, Lurker, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Step off a rock on to thin face with bolts, pull past a roof and follow an arete to the top.


Eight draws.


Oakland CA
caughtinside   Oakland CA
quality climb, a lot longer than it looks from the ground. start move is hard. Apr 30, 2007
Jebus H Bomz
Sacramento, CA
Jebus H Bomz   Sacramento, CA
The roof moves were great and felt different from anything else I've done at the Loaf. The upper arete climbing was cruiser fun, but you do have to pay the price of admission with the sequency slab start. While I found the start was the hardest part, others found their crux at the roof. Fortunately for those redpointing, you can easily do some "roped bouldering" to suss out the start moves. Mar 13, 2011
Jason Ogasian
South Lake Tahoe
Jason Ogasian   South Lake Tahoe
Brand new bolt placed on this route in 2012 thanks to support from the ASCA.

safeclimbing.org/ Oct 15, 2012
Jamie Silliman
Folsom, CA
Jamie Silliman   Folsom, CA
I've found that there are two different ways to do the bottom move...imho, one is 10d and the other is 5.11a... Jul 31, 2015
Did this yesterday, found it much better than it looked. Moves over the roof are sweet! Apr 2, 2017