Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: M. Axen right FA in 1971 (aid) M. Axen & D. Baker left FA in 1973(aid) B. Murray FFA via TR 1983 H. Suzuki lead 1986
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Shared By: Brent Silvester on May 3, 2008
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Tricky start, tricky stances, one really good rest, tricky upper section. A really sustained route taking you up two different cracks. A great climb with a variety of moves on good rock. It is in the shade in the afternoon, and can be climbed on when it's blistering hot in the basin. Cooler temps are preffered though.


It's the first route to the right of Hebe. Traverse right to the larger crack for the 5.12+, stay left for a 5.12+/5.13- variation.


With the invent of some fancy and small gear, it can all be protected with gear. There are two bolts on the route, you can decide what works for you.

TCU's, (or 00-2 C3), a .3 & .4 C4, some tiny stoppers, maybe a tri cam here or there, and lots of determination to not fall.