Type: Trad, 130 ft (39 m), 2 pitches
FA: Kurt Winkler, Shraddah Howard, Drubbha Hein, Sunil Davidson ('00)
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Shared By: brianmiller on Oct 5, 2008 · Updates
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This climb starts 25-30 feet to the left of Echo, the 4-pitch climb, at a pin. A very decent climb with fun moves throughout, some of the I-didn't-know-I-could stretch-like-that variety.

Pitch 1: Follow a short depression by slabbing and stemming up to a pin, then to more bolts (with some gear) while trending left and up. You're heading for a two-bolt anchor in a really cool pocket [difficult to see until you get there]; 60-meter ropes, however, will reach the bolts under the roof.

Pitch 2 (optional if you prefer to stop at the pocket, and crux pitch): If you make this into two pitches, follow up past a few solution pockets and bolts to a two-bolt anchor under the roof.


Roughly 10-20 feet to the left of Echo (the climb); but almost directly under the center of the roof; Future Shock lies to the left of this climb another 10-20 feet.


Standard rack. Decent gear. Some bolts and a couple pins. Two-bolt anchors at the end of each pitch.