Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 1,616 total · 13/month
Shared By: Chris Duca on Jul 21, 2008
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Description

A long and varied route up a somewhat hidden face behind a large pine tree.

Like many of the other routes at Amazonia, begin the route with a thrutchy and cruxy roof move to surprise incuts. Establish your feet over the roof, and enjoy the technical, yet not physically demanding, face climbing to the anchors.

There are several opportunities to gain rests. And be careful of the raptor ledge about midway up the route--you wouldn't want to get caught climbing into the nest by mamma bird.

Location

On the far left end of the wall. This is the second route from the left that starts behind the large, lone pine tree.

Protection

7 bolts and chain anchors

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mcarizona
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mcarizona   Flag
I think Burdo describes the route: if you don't do at least 1 heal hook, you are a boring person. YESSSSS Feb 22, 2009
Frank Sosa
Washington
Frank Sosa   Washington
Raptor nest??? Sorry thats a rat nest yall, covering the entire ledge you climb up on. The whole thing is poop- 3 inches deep of dry poop over the whole thing. Dont be surprised when you grab a fist full of shit, you cant avoid it! One of the, if not the best route on the wall. Mar 4, 2010
geoff georges
Seattle, Wa.
  5.10b
geoff georges   Seattle, Wa.
  5.10b
Very run-out if you start straight up, you can also traverse in on the left side of ledge. Dec 17, 2013
ahd
Santa Clara, CA
  5.10c
ahd   Santa Clara, CA
  5.10c
Nice route. Has two roofs, a balancy section and some slab. You can easily walk around the nest. Aug 22, 2015
Gabe O'Leary
Seattle, WA
 
Gabe O'Leary   Seattle, WA
 
The beginning is run out but not difficult compared to the rest of the climb and relatively enjoyable in my opinion. May 16, 2018