Type: Trad, 150 ft, 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Guy H. on Jun 19, 2007
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This route is a fun hidden gem that does not see a lot of traffic. If you are bored with climbing the same old routes, check this one out.

Scramble up a short pitch of 5.2-4 to a large belay ledge below the LF corner. Climb the overhanging corner with liebacks and stems. The lieback section is protected by a #4 BD micro nut, so make sure you have a good directional so that you don't zipper your gear in a fall. Place a blue alien at the lip, and crank to the easier climbing above.


The crux corner is the obvious LF corner high on the right side of the wall.


Gear to 1 inch for the route, a #3 camalot is helpful for the anchor.

The two smallest ballnuts are useful for a directional at the start of the climb.