Type: Trad, TR, 65 ft
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Shared By: Floyd Hayes on Oct 27, 2008
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NOTE: THE RIGHT SIDE OF AN OVERHANGING BLOCK FELL DURING THE WINTER OF 2017-2018 (see photos). Start at Left Corner. About 15 feet up move left and climb the jagged arete (formerly a crack) where the block right of the edge fell, then wander up the face just left of the arete toward the bolt, traverse left below the bolt and climb the face several feet left of the bolt to an anchor at the top. The new crux comprises a few thin face moves just above the overhang.

FOR THOSE WONDERING WHAT YOU MISSED BEFORE THE OVERHANGING BLOCK FELL, HERE IS MY ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION: Start at the obvious right-facing arch. About 15 feet up, climb left over the overhanging arch on good holds in a crack on the face, then wander up the face to the left of Bolt Route or finish on Bolt Route. If leading, the overhang is well protected by a double sling around the large block beneath the arch and a small cam in a solid crack between hand holds on the face. The overhang is much easier than it appears. The anchor is shared with Left Corner.


1 set of cams up to 2 inches and a double sling. If top-roping, use gear set up the anchor to the left of the chains atop Left Corner. Top-roping directly from the chains may result in a nasty pendulum.