Avg: 2.6 from 216 votes
|Type:||Sport, 115 ft (35 m)|
|FA:||James Garrett and Glen Kaplan, 21 November 2007|
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|Shared By:||James Garrett on Nov 22, 2007|
|Admins:||Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane|
Pitch #1: To the left of the main cleft or dihedral which is to the left of the popular Italian Arete, climb up a slight spur of rock passing two small roofs on mostly big, climber-friendly holds. Continue to the top of the wall to a two-bolt belay. 5.7.
Carefully rappel the route or lower with an 80m rope. Walking off may be safer and recommended. If using a shorter rope than an 80m, Rappel x 2 via the midway ledge atop Italian Arete to the right Which won't leave you hanging.
This is a long route....longer than the average sport route in the vicinity and elsewhere in BCC. Descent can be achieved by walking off or by rappelling with a 80m rope (two ropes is probably better). If you choose to rappel with a shorter rope another option is via 2 raps, one to Italian Arete ledge with one 50m or one 60m rope and then to the ground would be another option.