Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Chris Miller & Brad Singer, July 2001
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Shared By: susan peplow on Mar 3, 2007
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Route starts on the left side of a dark slab. Climb the thin slab past two bolts (optional use of long draw on the 2nd bolt) to a sloping ledge below the main face. Straight forward climbing up some large plates and goodies to bolted anchors.


Just left of Pistol Pete.


5 bolts, chain anchor


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C Miller
C Miller   CA  
Thin slab climbing down low (somewhat reminiscent of Suicide Rock) leads to a fun, vertical face with abundant features. Not on par with the neighboring routes but perhaps worth a spin and no harder than 5.10c at best. Mar 3, 2007
Jeff Edge
Jeff Edge  
Thought the slab down low was pretty fun! Big ledge is kinda weird, but top is fun again. I could see 10d for the bottom or sure, but not a ton of routes quite like this in the area so I guess its hard to say. Nov 29, 2014
susan peplow
Joshua Tree
susan peplow   Joshua Tree
Got on this route yesterday, couldn't really remember doing it in the past. Checked today.... seems I entered it to the data base and led it in '07! I bumped it a star, getting softer (understatement) in 8 years I found the delicate slab to be fun and even with the big ledge midway the upper section was good 'ol fashion plate pulling. The anchors are set back a bit, which are a little odd but overall pretty good and probably won't wait another 8 years to get on it again. May 2, 2015
Matt Himmelstein
Orange, California
Matt Himmelstein   Orange, California
I think this gets way less traffic then the routes higher up the slot. Climbing on on very thin edges down low. I pulled a handfull sized chunk off when i reached the lip. Luckily, my other hand was solid and I didn't peel or drop the chunk on my belayer.

Solid route for the grade. The crux is definitely between the 1st and 2nd bolts. Jun 6, 2016