Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: Mike Carville (tr) 7/86, First Lead by Tom Davis
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Shared By: Ian Walters on Dec 29, 2008
Admins: Aron Quiter, andy patterson, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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This is the obvious bolted arete that soars up above and to the right of the North Face routes on the Monolith. It involves intricate and sustained 5.11 sequences to a rest below a great crux boulder problem on the arete, involving creative heelhooking and some long spans. It might be easier for taller climbers. The runouts above the crux are very manageable. A bit soft for the grade, but very involved. A must do!




Colin Brochard
Colin Brochard   Austin
Burly, definitely bouldery and technical, but not all that pumpy and I question the 'soft' bit. Jan 30, 2011
Caliza Rodriguez
Caliza Rodriguez  
I second Collin, soft for the grade it's definitely not. Great, technical climb with a powerful crux. Sep 25, 2013
Where's Walden
Where's Walden  
Shit breaks, hardish for the grade. Dec 28, 2016
Max Rausch
Portland, OR
Max Rausch   Portland, OR
Best hard route in the park. Thin, hard 5.11 moves right off the deck on tiny knobs and side pulls. Several feet have broken here in the last couple years making it harder. Traversing out to the arete is spicy. A fall will come close to the ground. The boulder problem is sick, and can be done a couple different ways. Feels V6ish. The bolt at the crux and the bolt on the upper slab are rusty and could be replaced. 12b. Dec 22, 2018