Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m), 3 pitches
FA: Dick Williams, Dave Craft, and Dick DuMais
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Shared By: Tim Schafstall on Apr 2, 2008
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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappelling Details


The Williams' Guide says to beware of the "R" rated 5.8 section before the P3 crux, but I did not find it to be too bad.

This is a great route, often open, but it does share the P1 belay of Betty.

P1 - Climb the bulge, then go up to and follow a thin crack that diagonals left (crux) and up to a ledge and belay tree.

P2 - Move up to an overhang then diagonal right on the face past a right-facing flake/corner to another overhang and fixed pin. Move right some more and up a crack (crux) and face a bolted anchor (shared with Matinee).

P3 - Up right on easy ledges, then up the slightly runout face, aiming for the bolt (replaced in 2015; the book says 5.8 R for this section). Tricams and RPs can be used if you are old school and eschew the bolt. Pull the small overhang (crux), and up the face to the top.

Rappel from the bolted anchor (2015) atop Betty, to climber's left, or walk off via Radcliffe, or the Uberfall Descent.


At a nose/bulge, 20 feet right of the wide crack of Betty.


Standard Gunks rack. Tri cams essential if you want to be old school and not clip the P3 bolt.