Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Kris Carpenter, Brian Ketron, Mike Melkonian, Scott Sederstrom
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Shared By: Michael Schneiter on Jul 24, 2008
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Climb the two-bolt start of 'Warrior Waitress' and then head right on the upper face after the ledge. Climbs the steep face and arete, staying to the right of the arete. Great climbing.


Shares the same start as 'Warrior Waitress', the trends right off the ledge towards the arete.


6 bolts to mussy hooks.


AWinters   NH  
great stuff. can be climbed staying right of the arete, or for a little more excitement grab the patina jug-rail on the arete and lie-back that thing to the left. Jan 30, 2009
A beautiful climb! A bit sporty for a top down route. Jun 11, 2012
Squamish BC
KrisW   Squamish BC
How often do you get to layback straight out from an arete? Classic finish to a quality route. May 14, 2016
Luke Lydiard
Mammoth Lakes, CA
Luke Lydiard   Mammoth Lakes, CA
I replaced the dated bolts and anchor with 3/8" SS bolts and an I-chain on 3/4/17. Apr 7, 2017
As opposed to the guidebook information, this route was put up ground up without prior inspection.
We climbed the left side (the dark side) of the Arete, then would step to the right for a drilling stance.
One could climb the right side the whole way, but the left is more fun and easier.
Melkonian, Sede, Carpenter!!! Those were the best of times! Feb 24, 2018
Thanks Brian for the clarification. Bolting makes more sense now that I see it was ground up. Great route either way. Feb 24, 2018