Type: Trad, 45 ft
FA: Scott Hammon, Mark Strevels, 2000
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Shared By: Adam Leedy on Mar 8, 2009
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Access Issue: Partial closure due to historical and archaeological sites. Details


Super straight forward on a juggy arete plugging gear in the crack to the right. Toughest move is the small lay back in the #6 sized crack at the start. Once you hit the arete, it is cruiser.


Walk around the first corner from Star-belllied sneeches (before you get to 1 fist 2 fist). Start in the crack for one or two moves, then move onto the small arete on the left with the big holds. Protect out of the crack, and climb to the big ledge.


Pretty varied and many placements optional. Can be done with a few hexes and a few standard sized cams. For a super bomber first piece us a #6 as the first piece


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This would be a fun route if it had some anchors, the old rap tree is dead....so its a bit interesting. I slung the dead tree and a little rhodo (1 in. dia.) to rap off. Jul 11, 2012
There are bolted anchors now Aug 30, 2014
Derek Ehrnschwender
Bloomington, IN
Derek Ehrnschwender   Bloomington, IN
Bolts are a ways back from a sharp and kind of muddy edge. I'd be prepared to extend to save your rope. We used the rope for this because the climb is short. Apr 5, 2018