Type: Trad, Alpine, 10 pitches, Grade IV
FA: Greg Lowe, Jeff Lowe, 1972 FFA: Jeff Rhodes, 1990s
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Shared By: Clint Cummins on Jul 20, 2007 · Updates
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A stunning line with superb position above a steep wall with blank rock to either side.

The first pitch of this route has a series of crux sections each getting a little more difficult as you progress on the pitch. After that, many fun 5.9 and easy 5.10 pitches up the single crack follow. Eventually it traverses onto the moderate upper pitches of the Beckey Route.

p1 was originally done by Fred Beckey, et al, then bolted and freed in the 1990s by Jeff Rhodes.

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center of SW face

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standard rack

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