Type: Trad, 65 ft
FA: Frank Jager, Bruce Price 1968
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Shared By: Rick Shull on Oct 26, 2006
Admins: Lurker, Rick Shull, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin ., Vicki Schwantes

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Work your way up steepening terrain placing gear where you can find it. A few vertical face moves get you through the crux. There is a bolt at the crux from the first ascent that can be clipped for "decoration". This is one of the routes Royal Robbins repeated in '69.


The Edge climbs the far left side(edge) of the west face. Walk off the lookout trail.


Nuts and cams, screamer for the bolt. Newer bolt anchor. Bring long slings to toprope.


jon vandub
jon vandub   westminster,co
this route needs a long directional to keep you from swinging around the corner....very fun!!! Apr 4, 2011
Floyd Hayes
Floyd Hayes  
I led it onsight. It protected well up to the bolt at the crux. Above the crux I got in a big cam (#3) although it might have wedged out a big block had I fallen, and a sling around a horn. The final 20' or so is runout but easy (like 5.3). It had some fun moves. A bit stiff for 5.7. Jul 30, 2013
I followed on this route and found it was great for practicing beginner techniques, especially because it took a bit of improvisation Feb 9, 2015
Evan Wisheropp  
The original 5.7 stays right and skips the steeper section above the fern and goes up the easier lower angle terrain out right before cutting over at the bolt. It is 5.8 if you follow the close to the arete. Very fun! Jun 15, 2015
Nick Black
Arcata, CA
  5.8 PG13
Nick Black   Arcata, CA
  5.8 PG13
great warm up for price crack. A small offset cam makes this route safer, a tad runout without it. lots of variation you can do! Jul 3, 2015