Type: Trad, 400 ft (121 m), 4 pitches
FA: Jack Hauck, David Lovejoy, 1971 FFA (entire route): Jim Waugh, 1979
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Access Issue: Falcon Closures from February 1st until July 15th Details


If you are looking at Green Savior, look just left for a fairly conspicuous tower. On the left side of the tower is a small roof with a fist crack out the left side.

Pitch 1, 5th class: Climb up fractured, broken rock (kind of spooky) to a belay 15’ below the roof.

Pitch 2, 5.11-: A classic crack climbing pitch with an off size roof. Climb up rattly rock to roof. Plug some decent gear in and climb out and left. The crack actually gets smaller as you climb and some very nice hand jams await just after the crux. The crack will eventually end in fingers towards the top of it. Rig a gnarly belay.

Pitch 3, 5.11: The bolts on this pitch were replaced in 2013. Reported to be anywhere between 5.10+ to a whole grade harder. Techy climbing leads left the a seam feature. Climb that until you can weave back right along a path of least resistance. 

Pitch 4: 50’ of OW.


Left side Middle section


Standard rack of doubles to #4, wires, runners.