Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Louie Anderson, David Larsen, April 1989
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Shared By: john durr on Feb 9, 2009
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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This is a nice 5 bolt face/friction climb on the north side's longest face. The moves are pretty good and consistent. The guide books rate this climb 5.10c, but it felt easier than Sawdust and Peanut Shells to me after leading both.


Five good bolts with old hangers provide good protection. The fourth bolt has no hanger or nut, a small wired stopper could be used on the stud adequately. A two bolt anchor at the top with ratty slings for the belay/rappel.


Not sure if I'd call these good bolts. The 2nd and 3rd hangers are Leepers, and the 4th (without a nut or hanger) has a very odd sleeve. Disappointing that the anchor would be upgraded (one good new bolt) without fixing at least the third and fifth bolts (cruxes). Mar 21, 2011
Richard Shore
Richard Shore  
1/4" buttonheads on this rig. Long rusty beards dripping from them, too. I thought this was harder than Sawdust and Peanut Shells, so I'll stick with the original 10c grade. Jan 3, 2012