Type: Sport, 5 pitches
FA: Hubbel
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Shared By: Darren Mabe on Mar 2, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Starts from the two-tiered bivy site on the right side of the Land that Time Forgot area. Knossos is an excellent route with mostly moderate climbing, and good intro to north face routes. An excellent variation connects with the more difficult and sequential pitch of Minoan Maze for pitch 3 and 4. Knossos tops out near the center of the Sheeprock saddle. Almost every pitch is surprisingly long.

P1. moderate slab climbing to a small ledge and belay 5.9-. 130'
P2. steepens to pull an overlap and awesome face features in the darkened face above to another comfy ledge formed by the rock flakes. 10-. 130'
P3. move belay 20'left to another anchor. skip the first bolt that is straight to your left, and rather, go over the tree to the second clip. wander up the face on very steep 9+. cool pitch! A few abandoned variations exist to the right, so pay attention! 130'
P4. shorter and moderate pitch. small roof above the belay, and up into a corner. 85'
P5. step right and follow flake to a ledge, continue on slabs to the anchor block. 115'


All bolts. Bring a few runners, and two ropes to rap. Some of the raps are a little squirrly due to the traversing nature. A better rap option is Jacob's Ladder, though a little difficult to find. See Jacob's Ladder description.