Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 3 pitches
FA: Jim Dailey, Stan Wallace (1972)
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Shared By: Keegan Dimmick on Apr 9, 2008 · Updates
Admins: Steve Lineberry, Aaron Parlier

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Description Suggest change

Pitch 1- Climb 5.8 friction climbing to the first bolt (25ft). Clip with great relief and follow the right trending water drain to a second bolt. This is very runout, but the rock here is very featured. Clip the second bolt and the two ring anchor is another 15 feet up. (5.8)

Pitch 2- Climb up and left past some overlaps. Clip a bolt and head up on easier ground to another bolt and a bolted belay station. (5.8)

Pitch 3- Climb basically up until grade drops significantly for walk off, no bolts or anchor.  Anchor option is to trend left near the top to Great Arch anchors, just be mindful that Great Arch anchors are used for 4 other routes and can be quite busy. (5.6)

Location Suggest change

This route is 30 feet to the left of No Alternative. Look up to see a right-facing crack and some small flakes. Top out the climb and walk left or right to bolted rap stations. Make sure not to run into ascending parties on your way down.

Protection Suggest change

Consider using a tcu before the first bolt on Pitch 1. The rest could be done on no more than six quickdraws. All anchors are fixed ring anchors.

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