Type: Sport, 30 ft
FA: Tim Fairfield, sometime in the late 90s, bolted by Ted Geving
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Start out to the right and hand traverse up a ramp/crack to the first bolt. The next bit is on great rock but terribly sloppy sidepulls. Eventually work up into a terrible undercling and make a hard move to a decent hold and the fourth bolt. Then a big move onto the upper face.

This route looks really cool and like it has holds but then you get on it and they are all terrible, though the rock is quite good.


Furthest right route starting off of the ledge at the left end of Major Wall.


Bolts and anchor?


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I bolted that in the summer of 1992/93 using Chris Girjavila's drill, Paul May was on belay. Anchors are Stainless Steel bolts and the rest are hardware store 5 piece red heads.

Tim Fairfield got the FA sometime in the late 90's not sure what he named the route. Tom and I called it "Ted's Happy Place" when he(Tom) was working it. Some of the most unique moves I have ever done on lead and finishes with a good long moves over the lip. Mar 1, 2011