Type: Trad, TR, 80 ft
FA: Gore '77
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Shared By: Ladd Raine on Apr 10, 2007
Admins: SmithVentures, Pnelson

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Description

Follow a slabby, obtuse dihedral, jamming and laybacking as you go until you reach a ledge.  Traverse right 20 feet on low 5th class terrain until you can reach the flake that will make you change direction and takes you up and left until you reach the anchor.

Location

Obvious corner/flake system w/tree 25 ft up just west of access point.

Protection

Hand size and smaller for the bottom.  A .4 or equivalent (extended with a long sling) works well as the last piece for the traverse.  Fist sized pieces protect the flake beautifully, and a #3 fits nicely to protect the last bit to the anchor.  Bolted anchor.

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