Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Rodney
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Shared By: climnron on Nov 1, 2006
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Cool route up the right side of the cave. Start in a dihedral and stem up to the roof. Pull the roof and take a rest. Don't clip the bolt in the upper dihedral (the straight up version has not been sent). Clip the bolt on the right, move right, then up and back left to the top of the dihedral. Up to anchors. The crux is after the rest and is a powerful boulder problem.


Right side of the cave.




Michael Sokoloff
Spokane, WA
Michael Sokoloff   Spokane, WA
Excellent, varied route. Really fun stemming in a corner to tough boulder problem crux.

The bolt following the crux is too far left and causes a ton of ropedrag for the not-so-hard moves to the anchor. I'd suggest backcleaning once on the ledge or just skipping it. It may be worth adding a bolt further right.

Has the left version been sent yet? Mar 25, 2009
Eric Foster
Chandler/Flagstaff, AZ
Eric Foster   Chandler/Flagstaff, AZ
Anyone have a guess at what grade the left side might go at? Jan 15, 2012
Fantastic crux! Jan 29, 2012
Ewan Marsheem
Ewan Marsheem  
Great route. A double quickdraw on the 6th and 8th bolt helped reduce the rope drag from the odd bolting (the first bolt being the one in the starting dihedral). Dec 18, 2016
Ewan Marsheem
Ewan Marsheem  
The straight up version clocks in at 12+. The crux is a long deadpoint to the sloper at the top of the dihedral. Feb 22, 2017