Type: Trad, 375 ft (114 m), 4 pitches
FA: Lloyd Price and Joe Fitchens, July 1972
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Shared By: Adam on Dec 16, 2006
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First pitch is a nice warm up. The 2nd pitch is why this route is great. It starts steep and technical and stays that way for about 70 feet. There's a bolt about 2/3s up that is your pro for some thin slab moves. They called this R before, but with small cams and nuts, you can pro it just fine. Might be PG-13 to some, but for the area it's not. 3 pitch is a nice crack out.


North side of the dome. Look for the slab up to a ledge below a black water streak.


#2 C4 down to #0 C3.