Type: Trad, 120 ft (36 m)
FA: First led by Allen Hill. Major work by Scott Reynolds
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Shared By: Allen Hill on Apr 6, 2007
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On the north side of Chair Rock. I did the first lead of this, but it was Scott "Zippy" Reynolds who really got the ball rolling on this. It was an old Dave Bell A4 route before Scott got it in his head to free climb it.

It's on the right side and is composed of triple cracks. Like a tiny Shield headwall. The crux is getting from the first crack to the second and is protected by a bolt.


Rappel from bolts 120 feet.


Small stoppers. Very small TCU or ball nut for the moves getting to the bolt. The crack opens up and takes mid sized cams up high. There is a fixed angle above the crux.