Type: Trad, 210 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Ivan Rezucha and Annie O'Neill
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Shared By: Ross Fadely on Jan 10, 2008
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Access Issue: 2019 Peregrine Closure Details
Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappeling Details


A good route for those looking to challenge their mental game (P2).

P1- Climb up the nice clean face making a couple interesting moves in the process. Belay at the obvious tree on a large ledge.

P2- Step left and climb up and right to the corner/overhang (and some welcome gear). Climb straight up from here to another overhang which is tricky to surmount (don't skip right). Once up, climb up and left through a balancy and thin face towards a right-facing corner. Holding it together here is paramount! Once you have gear again, climb straight to the GT and belay at a left-facing corner.

P3- Traverse out the corner and climb the arete and face. Go up to and climb the overhang with a crack in it.


On the face just right of Minty.


Standard rack to 2"


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Stone Ridge, NY
lucander   Stone Ridge, NY
Third pitch is very worthwhile. Hiding in the lichen are some exciting moves with small tricky pro, then an unlikely top out. May 17, 2014
Fort Collins, CO
Kurtz   Fort Collins, CO
P1 is fun, thin face climbing. P2 is a whole 'nother level of seriousness. Thin, dirty with very marginal pro (mostly tiny cams). Be ready for commitment and adventure. The P3 corner is fun and the final, slopey face has no pro except for a piton. It would seem sketchy, but after P2 anything seems reasonable. Jun 16, 2017