Type: Sport, 2 pitches
FA: Thomas & Angela Williams
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Shared By: Dave Bohn aka "Old Fart" on Jan 11, 2007
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Description Suggest change

Facing the Moonstone Slab, behind the cabin, there is an obvious bolt route following the deepest, bright white, water runnel at the left edge of the face. It's further left than anything listed in Lander Rocks.

Don't be deceived by angle of the slab. This is not a "sport route" and requires 2 double rope rap's to descend.

Look for a very high first bolt, next to the runnel, and slab up to it, 2 more bolts will get you to an anchor station, maybe 5.4. It's an optical illusion, but from here, you're about 150' off the ground, needing 2 ropes to descend.

Pitch 2: Continue up the steeper runnel, over more difficult climbing w/ a few more (6) bolts to a 2nd anchor station, maybe 5.7.

2 double rope raps will get you to the ground.

Location Suggest change

The furthest L route on the Moonstone "Slab" proper.

Protection Suggest change

Bolts, "a few", double anchors for the rap's.

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