Type: Sport, 150 ft
FA: Zach Landis, 2006
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Shared By: Zach Landis on Dec 2, 2006
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This long route climbs a slab, two bulges, and a steeper slab with great friction moves. It climbs a full rope so bring 2 ropes to retreat. Most of the climbing if 5.9 but there is a hard mantle move to get over the second bulge.


The easiest way to find the start of this route is to find the large slab at the middle of the cliff.


9 bolts.


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Zach Landis
Zach Landis  
Just re-climbed this route and OMG is it good. I think the description is fair but i would add a couple of things. It's a bit run out in the beginning but the terrain is very easy. Just slowly pick your way up and it's no problems. The first overlap is great. Super fun. The second overlap is where things get interesting. The Mountain Project grade here is misleading. To get over the second over lap is mored like V3. Its a short heal hook to mantle with the bolt right there. Well protected but hard. If you do press out the mantle and stand up you will instantly clip another bolt and be on your merry way to 6 more bolts of some of the best slab granite anywhere on the planet. For real. and well protected. The pitch is almost a full 60 meter rope. That being said you can scramble off the ledge at the anchor and re treat off a lower ledge. Or have a go at the open project above. If you send... let me know. May 16, 2018