Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Chris H on Aug 11, 2007
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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the crux comes while getting to the second bolt. then climb the awsome jugs to the top.


two routes to the left of the wet spot


7 draws plus 2 for the chains. rap or lower from the chains


Awesome route. More Strength/endurance than technical. Lots of jugs the whole way, just keep pulling! Dec 30, 2013
Garrett Waiss
Bainbridge Island, WA
Garrett Waiss   Bainbridge Island, WA
Bring longer draws for some of the clips as some of the bolts are placed just above edges that can put pressure on the carabiner if the dog bone is too short. Jun 16, 2015
New SS anchors with fixed SS biners as of summer 2015...can't remember if I did it in June or July Mar 26, 2016
geoff georges
Seattle, Wa.
geoff georges   Seattle, Wa.
nice Scott, I had been planning to at least do this anchor if not others, looked so manky. Love those washer stacks and rusty bolts! how it it come out? or did you leave the old bolts? Jun 21, 2016
John K. Parejko
Seattle, WA
John K. Parejko   Seattle, WA
Definitely wants a couple longer draws for the two "hidden" bolts in the middle. The new anchors look great: thanks for putting them in, Scott! Jul 31, 2016
immediately left of the anchor is a large mossy block with a good handhold. grabbed it to clip, and it shifted out a bit today. Its big, 3-4 feet long and a foot or two thick. This might need a trundle soon, or somebody might get a horrific surprise at the anchors. I think it could be done safely by someone clipped directly into the anchors with the rope out of the way. Beware. Aug 21, 2016
Keely Coxon  
Great route - sustained but fun. As mentioned below, bolts are often hidden above ledges. Be sure look there if you don’t see your next one :) Aug 2, 2018