Type: Trad, 65 ft
FA: N. Didlick, M. Goetz, 1977
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Shared By: Bobby Hanson on May 16, 2007 with improvements by Helen L
Admins: Nate Ball, Kate Lynn

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Scamper up the jumble of blocks and flakes to the right of the really large flake (Lieback Flake, 5.9).


Standard rack. Two bolt anchor at the top. Walk off, down the trail just to your left.


Ed kelly  
A fun little route that is a change of pace for the area. The guide book calls it tricky to protect but I thought it protected just fine. There's plenty of good gear as well as numerous chock stones, pinch points, and flakes that are slingable. The only caveat is that even a well protected fall could be very uncomfortable because of the blocky nature of the climb, so I wouldn't call it a good beginner lead. I would recommend either walking off or moving your rope to another climb rather than pulling it after you're done, lots of spots for it to get stuck. Apr 8, 2015