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Shared By: JohnK on Sep 26, 2007 with updates from Tiffany Samson
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Ascend a ramp and make the crux move(s) by stepping right around the arete edge to a ramp where a series of bolts leads to the anchors. The straight-up option is substantially more difficult and not recommended but, due to the location of the protection, doable.


A few feet downhill and to the left of the starts to Time to Power and Shipwreck.


5 Bolts. Two bolt anchor.


DJ Reyes
Northern Nevada
DJ Reyes   Northern Nevada
Crux moves around to a ramp where your troubles are not yet over. Jul 13, 2010
Ryan Palo
Bend, oregon
Ryan Palo   Bend, oregon
This was my first Sport route at Smith. Memories la la la. Jul 26, 2011
geoff georges
Seattle, Wa.
geoff georges   Seattle, Wa.
I would not recommend this route to a budding 5.8 leader. It may be fun, but it is dangerous. It feels quite insecure making the 2nd clip, feels more like 5.9 passing it. Then there is considerable run-out after the 3rd clip, just don't fall, the arete may sever your rope. Otherwise it is a decent route. Mar 14, 2017
Tiffany Samson
Seattle, WA
Tiffany Samson   Seattle, WA
Small holds and heady for a 5.8 warm-up. Clipping 2 is a little far reach from a comfortable spot. Getting to the 3rd is a little heady. Wrap around the arete and there’s a crack to the left. Be confident in friction rock to get up on the slab. Belayer can’t see climber after 3rd bolt. I would call it 5.8+ b/c holds are small and crux requires thinking. 5 bolts. Jul 25, 2018