Type: Trad, 130 ft (39 m), 2 pitches
FA: 1993, Jay Harrison
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Shared By: Jay Harrison on Oct 21, 2008
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie, Jim Lawyer

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Description Suggest change

At the junction between the left side and the main buttress of the Black Arches Wall. This corner/chimney line was the first foray onto this impressive cliff.
The climb is generally easy chimneying/crack climbing interspersed with a few tricky moves. While a worthwhile endeavor for anyone leading at this level, it was originally soloed as a way to get to the top of the cliff. Note that the chimney ends on a ledge, above which is a short section of trickier face climbing over stacked blocks. This can be circumvented by walking farther right and scrambling up 3rd class ledges to the top.

Location Suggest change

At the extreme right side of the Amphitheatre, this route follows the broken, chockstone-filled, low-angle chimney to the top of the Tripe Buttress.
The route is NOT the deep cleft under the giant roof, but the easier chimney farther out.

Protection Suggest change

Standard Rack including a #3 Camalot. Much of this route can be protected by slinging chockstones.

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