Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: Sherburne Sentell, John Gore - 1985
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Shared By: saxfiend on Dec 1, 2006
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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A good climb to practice your hand jams and arm locks. Follow a left-facing corner with a big crack; end at a cedar tree or continue to the top.


Starts about 5' left of Digital Macabre.


Medium to large cams. Rap off the tree.


I feel this route doesn't see as much traffic as it deserves, perhaps because it looks wider from the ground. Definitely does not require bigger pro.

Protects easily and provides a very different experience compared to many t wall moderates. Bounces between hand crack and chimney techniques from time to time. Tons of fun. Slings around a tree at the top.

Anchors can be set to TR digital macabre by climbing Blind Date and climbing a little up and right once you're past the tree. Dec 10, 2011
Kyle Johnston
Louisville, KY
Kyle Johnston   Louisville, KY
Going past the first tree with rap rings leads to a second tree at the very top with old webbing and two aluminum rap rings. The tree is not close to the edge. If you go to the top, I recommend belaying from above. A 60 m rope will get you down in one rappel, but just barely. Jan 8, 2019