Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Stuart Ruckman & Gary Olsen, 1986
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Shared By: John Steiger on Sep 22, 2007
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The route starts with a V2/V3 overhanging boulder problem past a bolt next to a fixed pin, and then climbs 5.9 face near the edge of a buttress (great position) to easier ground.  Continue past another fixed pin and scamper to the anchors. 


The route starts off a large ledge to the left and above the slab bearing the Teflon routes.  Follow the trail past the Teflon slab into a scree field and after two or three switchbacks look for a break in the trees to the right.  An easy scramble up a short right-leaning ramp leads to a traverse onto the ledge.  Easily done in approach shoes.


In addition to draws, small to mid-size cams and a small assortment of nuts. A single 60m rap from two bolts will get you back to the large ledge (it is doubtful a 50m will make it).


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