Type: Sport, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Bernard and Robert Gillett, 1990
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Shared By: Mikelsons Mikelsons on Jun 24, 2007
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Access Issue: Area reopened Details


Start below the roof on the left side of the southeast face, beneath the obvious line of bolts. Climb around the roof on the right side, then step left onto the slab. Climb straight up on thin hands and great friction for feet. The crux is at the fourth bolt. From there, the route moves closer to the arete on the left. The difficulty eases for about 20 feet then around the 7th bolt it gets steep again. From there, it's easy to the anchor. This is an exciting climb for its lack of positive hands. It could use some more traffic though, there is still a fair amount of lichen.


The route is clearly visible from the Jurassic Park trail. It ascends a fairly flat face, just left of a chimney. There's a roof right at the bottom. Descend by rappel or by lowering with a 60m rope. A 50m would NOT have been long enough!


This was originally done as a traditional lead. It was retrobolted to have 9 bolts to a two bolt anchor (11 bolts total) by Croy T in October 2006. The anchor has rappel rings.

9 bolts to 2 bolt anchor (3/8" x 3 1/2") with links. Recommend slings at 6th & 8th bolt to reduce potential rope drag. 1 60m rope.