Type: Trad, 115 ft (35 m)
FA: Doug Randall, John Kravetz FFA: Terry Kennedy, Jim Kanzler 1977
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Shared By: Nick Stayner on Aug 1, 2007 · Updates
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A beautiful line, one of the best in the Bozone. Sustained crack movement! Somewhat pumpy...
After busting the "5.7" traverse at the top (I thought it was a bit harder!), you can continue up a grungy 5.7 crack to the top of the buttress, or take a newer, 5.9 bolted finish which is a bit more direct.


The route is near the left end of Black Line's south face. It's the obvious crack.


Take a wide range of gear from blue TCUs to hand sized cams. A larger piece (#3 camalot?) is useful for the traverse. Protect intelligently here to alleviate drag on the last bit (especially if doing the 5.9 bolted finish). Two bolt chain anchor.