Type: Trad, 85 ft
FA: Todd Larkin (1992)
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Shared By: DaveB on Jun 7, 2007 with updates from Eugenel Espiritu and 1 other
Admins: Pnelson, Ladd, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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A nice moderate TRAD route in an area known mostly for its sport classics. Many positive holds, rests..."pleasant climbing." Lieback crux(es).


As the approach trail meets the wall, go right. Follow the wall to an obvious recessed corner/dihedral. As seen in photo, climb the right-most corner-crack (just left of Flight of the Gumbie).


A standard rack. Some suggest a #5 or #6 BD cam may be useful in protecting crux. Anchors at the top.


matt swaim
matt swaim   SL, UT
the shuts are in pretty bad condition, lots of rust. we rapped off them but didn't have the warm fuzzies Jul 26, 2015
Ven Popov
Pittsburgh, PA
Ven Popov   Pittsburgh, PA
The shuts are still in a very bad condition. Bringing a #5 makes the last section feel more secure (no need for a #6 or a big bro as the description says). May 15, 2018
Eugenel Espiritu
Eugenel Espiritu   PA
The shuts are in poor shape. I added quicklinks in an attempt to preserve the shuts until they are replaced. Worth doing if you brought a light rack and one large cam. Jul 14, 2018
Troy F  
We were actually by this climb over the weekend and a snake dropped from a tree or the cliff by the climb. I thought the snake had died, but it was only a bit shook and scurried away. Jul 31, 2018