Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Luke Douglas, Greg Martinez 11-05-06
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Shared By: Shaun Greene on Jul 13, 2007 with improvements by Doug Getty
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

Most people feel that the crux is near the end of the route as one nears the chains after the last bolt. Good steep climbing reminiscent of climbing on the pile in BCC. Well protected, although still a bit dirty. This is the right most (southern most) route on the upper Ambush Wall.

Location

Follow the directions to the lower ambush wall. As you are facing the routes on the lower wall simply take the trail to the left of the lower ambush wall. You will see a short but stout 5.11d on your right as you pass on by the lower ambush wall. The trail is steep but short. Keep heading up the loose scree trail until the climbing becomes visible to hikers right hand side. You will see the steep routes on an orangish-tannish colored wall. Approach time is around five minutes from the BCC road.

Protection

Standard rack of quickdraws will suffice. No more than 10 draws needed. I believe that the route is six or seven bolts. Chains are placed a bit more to the right than I expected.

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