Type: Trad, 290 ft (88 m), 3 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jesse Morehouse on May 27, 2008 · Updates
Admins: Andy Weinmann, Pat Goodman

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Route Suggest change

A classic by any stretch of the imagination and hard to find free on the weekend.

P1. Start up inside corner left of Thais and step left to a stance with old pins at the right edge of the large roof. Don't trust the pins alone for belay!

NOTE: A better start is to do P1 of Thais or Thais Direct.

P2. The crux of the route is likely stepping off the belay. Traverse left under roof to its end and another gear belay. Some like to bring a #4 camalot for the P2 belay.

P3. Climb up large holds on steep ground to top. This is a spectacular pitch.

Location Suggest change

Begins in corner up and left of Thais face.

Protection Suggest change

Std rack with possible addition of a #4 camalot.

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