Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Scott W on May 27, 2008
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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This the bolt line that leads up and left from the Zoom anchors. After the lower section, pull a roof (5.10) onto a slab (huge hand- and foot-holds that gradually get smaller), crux is the very last move. Fun moves.


This is the bolt line that leads left off the top of Zoom.


All bolts, 14 including anchors? Give or take a few.


FA: Greg Collum, Matt Kerns. Dec 31, 2008
Sherri Lewis
Sequim, WA
Sherri Lewis   Sequim, WA
This enjoyable line has received a recent scrubbing (thanks Doug T!) and is ready to go on your ticklist.

The start is juggy fun, followed by a committing roof pull which delivers you onto the steep, uniquely featured face with moves that build in difficulty to an attention-getting finish. Jul 24, 2013
wayne wallace
wayne wallace   Seattle
This would be a 4 star route if not for the first half of the pitch (alpine scruff). The Headwall slab is stellar. It has 1 tough clip where it is a little run-out, and a tricky finish. May 18, 2015
Matthew Tangeman
Bellingham, WA
Matthew Tangeman   Bellingham, WA
For the record, this route is longer than 90 feet and a 60m doesn't quite reach. It MIGHT reach with rope stretch, but I didn't test that theory so can't vouch for it. Best just to bring a 70. Jun 17, 2017
Tavish Hansen
Seattle, WA
Tavish Hansen   Seattle, WA
Rapped the pitch with a 70 and the ends of the rope were only a few feet below the Zoom anchor with stretch. Full 35 meter pitch. If only the entire thing was like the upper slab! Oct 9, 2017
Saoirse Lawlor
Saoirse Lawlor  
Quality thin climbing with fun movement. The final move is fairly committing but is well protected so don’t be afraid to go for it. Definitely bring a 70, this pitch is a real rope stretcher. Jul 14, 2018