Type: Trad, TR, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Steve Marr on Jan 16, 2007 · Updates
Admins: Old Timer, jim.dangle, Joe M

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Description Suggest change

This is a fun climb and popular lead. There are a couple of options for the start: you can either climb the outside corner to a stance and then step right, or climb the blocky face to the right that is in direct line with the upper part of the climb. Continue climbing to the right of the arete to a small ledge just below the crux at about 3/4 of the way up. The crux is an awkward right leaning layback to a decent crack. Reach high and work your feet up the smooth surface. There are a couple of old pins on the route. Like most of the climbs here, Outside Corner felt stiff for the grade. Photo.

Location Suggest change

This is located on the far left side of K Wall and climbs just to the right of the obvious arete.

Protection Suggest change

If leading, bring a light rack with small to medium gear and a couple draws to clip the old pins. If TR'ing, anchor off bolts and the strange assortment of rebar and hooks at the top.

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