Type: Trad, TR, 150 ft
FA: Scott Brockmeier and Peter L Scott , 1989
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Shared By: BrianUp Up on Aug 9, 2007
Admins: Kris Gorny, chris tregge

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Access Issue: Temporary Peregrine Falcon access restrictions Details

Description

8/9/07: I'm surprised this route was not in already. It has been about 5 years since I climbed it so I will try to edit this post if someone reminds me of details. It was fantastic. I have a good memory of crimping hard high above the lake on a sunny day. Long and strenuous. Slightly more than vertical makes for good exposure. I only top-roped it but the bolts were in good condition at the time. 5.10d in the Mike Farris guidebook, and that sounds about right. 10/15/07: Thanks for comments Dave Rone - I changed the length to 150 feet.

Location

From above it is on a prow just north of Danger High Voltage, about 10-20 feet away. Near pointy orange rock. Set an anchor over the edge and have your belayer lower you almost to the bottom, or rappel. Stop a little below the first bolt or where the rock gets dirty from high water. If you might not be able to climb it all you will need another way to get yourself to the top.

Protection

Lead: Bolts and some supplemental gear. See comments below for more up to date pro suggestions [7/21/09 update]. Sounds like 12 draws minimum.

Top Rope: If you have trouble setting topropes at the North Shore it is because you don't have a long enough piece of webbing.

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