Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Sonja Djuricin and Todd Gordon, January 2007
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Shared By: sonja on Jan 31, 2007
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Solo 40ft up to ledge with a bolt. Make crux move off ledge to left-facing flake. Surmount flake and continue up easy, heavily featured arete to steep headwall arete. Rap off from the Tax Man anchors.

Location

Starts 12 feet to the right of Tax Man.

Protection

1 bolt + standard rack, need big cam for anchor.

Photos

C Miller   CA  
The upper half of this route was climbed about 10 years ago by George Armstrong and friends who called it "Not a Seagull in Sight" (5.5) - they climbed Mr. Bunny's Tax Shelter to about midway and then cut left to the arete to finish. Jan 31, 2007
Murf  
Odd line going from MBTS all the way over to the arete, it must be 30' or more to the left. Even given that about 75% of this line is independent. There was some loose rock on the arete and lower that fell during the FA. This line is direct and 100' long. Props to Sonja for a proud FA send. Feb 1, 2007