Type: Trad, 250 ft (76 m), 2 pitches
FA: unknown
Page Views: 560 total · 3/month
Shared By: Dave Fiorucci on Aug 7, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Description

Great holds, and very fun to climb. The offwidth is a great place to pratice your body jam. Be careful not to get stuck in the rock.

Per Tony B: You can link Dead Boy to Osiris or just add some length on independent pitches. The rock is pretty good and some pro is available here and there, but not always right where you'd want it.

Eds. This combination of submissions was done to reduce duplication in the database.

Location

This is the furthest route right of the Pages Wall. This is the fattest crack on the wall.

Per Tony B: Start from the Dead Boy anchors and head up onto the arete on the right.... Continue up cracks and horns to climb the right side of the arete for 60+ meters over the belay bolts to a cord-on-horn rap station. Belay on good gear to the right, then rap to the ground in 4 single raps. Double rope raps will only result in stuck ropes.

Protection

Use stoppers and cams from #1 to #4. This will lead up to a two bolt anchor to the left of the route.

Per Tony B: Take long slings and enough pro to protect proportional to the length of pitches.... If running first 2 pitches together for 65m from ground up below Dead Boy, you need a double rack.... If pitching out into 3 pitches, a single rack should do.

A 70m rope makes the raps listed possible.

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