Type: Trad, Sport, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: N. Beidleman, T. Perkins 2002
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Shared By: Steven Lucarelli on Jul 1, 2008
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This is a great route with plenty of good pro and sustained challenging climbing throughout. Start by mantling up onto a ledge (move protected by a bolt). Climb a steep strenuous crack with good pro and mantel again onto another sloping ledge. Good wires protect the last crux dihedral and a final bolt protects the exit moves to the anchor.

The guidebook gives this route 12a but I didn't feel it was that difficult. A consensus grade should narrow it down, but I felt it was somewhere around 11c/d.


This is the first route you see on Lincoln Creek Cliff on the far left end of the crag.


This is a mixed route with two bolts and gear to 2". Bring some small to medium stoppers also. 2 bolt anchor.