Type: Trad, Sport, 75 ft (23 m)
FA: Matthew Fienup & Romain Wacziarg (August 2008)
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Shared By: Matthew Fienup on Aug 15, 2008
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Exilis Dihedral climbs the most striking feature on the cliff--a large, left-facing dihedral in the center of the formation.

Delicate slab climbing past three bolts (crux) leads to the dihedral. Laybacking and stemming deposits you at the top of the dihedral on a large ledge. A few easy fifth-class moves take you over the final bulge to a rap anchor on a spacious ledge.


The dihedral is located almost in the dead-center of the wall. Scramble up the loose hillside directly below the dihedral to access the start.


Four bolts (all 1/2" sleeve bolts), gear from a #0 TCU up to 2-1/2"