Type: Sport, TR, 25 ft (8 m)
FA: Darren Knezek
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Shared By: Perin Blanchard on Jul 3, 2008
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Description

An agreeable jaunt up the west side of The Appendage on the short faces between several narrow ledges.

This line is good for beginning leaders; the three bolts protect the harder bits well and the climbing is straightforward but rewarding.

Location

The left-most, bolted line on The Appendage proper; starts just east of the trees that are west of the formation.

(There is another 3-bolt route (Butterface) which is a bit uphill on the next slabby faceĀ—it should be obvious that it is harder than 5.4.)

Protection

3 bolts, chain anchors. The chains are reachable via an easy scramble to the left.

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