Type: Sport, 120 ft
FA: Barry Oswick, Marshall Minobe, and Alan Hirahara.
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Shared By: Michael Schneiter on Jul 24, 2008
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Description

This is described in the guidebook as perhaps the best route at Clark Canyon. It is a beautiful, long pitch of steep climbing on great rock.

Climb the bolted, right-facing dihedral before heading out right on to the face after the fifth (?) bolt. Climb the face to a small roof, passing it on the right, to a long, ever-steepening arete to the anchor.

Be careful lowering/rappelling off. A 70-meter rope will lower you to the first bolt of the route, from where you can downclimb to the ground. Those with less than a 70-meter rope, can use two ropes to get down or two lowers via a two-bolt anchor in the dihedral above the start.

Location

Starts in the bolted, right-facing dihedral around the arete from Brain Tissue and Stoned Wheat Thin.

Protection

17 bolts and anchor.

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