Type: Trad, 500 ft (152 m), 4 pitches, Grade II
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P1. This climb starts on top of a boulder with a fairly tough move right off the bat. Face climb to a hand crack, and belay at a tree.

P2. Step left and crack climb up to another tree, then to a corner, and belay at a horizontal dike.

P3. This god pitch climbs up a large crack and around corners to a belay left of a small roof.

P4. Climb to right facing corner at the left end of a long roof, pull over the roof, and climb run out, easy slab to the top.


It is just to the North of The Greatest Route at Greyrock.

Per Aaron Martinuzzi: location beta - this route starts on top of a boulder just right of a large, left-facing dihedral about 50 feet east (climber's right) of Greatest Route.


Standard rack.