Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Peter Himot and Bill Meyer (1959)
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Shared By: Tim Schafstall on Apr 2, 2008 · Updates
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You & This Route

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Climb a ramp up and right to the right side of an overhang (follow the fixed pins, still there as of 2007), then move right up the face using the path of least resistance to a large ledge and tree. Descend right, via the Uberfall Descent.

The face is often sandy and not nearly as good as it looks.


Fifty feet right of Rhododendron, at a pool known as the frog pond. Just left of an obvious slabby face with a seam diagonaling right.


Fixed pins (?) + standard Gunks rack. A top-rope anchor can be built with static line off of trees 30' back from the top.