Type: Boulder, 23 ft
FA: Jason Kehl
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Shared By: tcamillieri on Apr 4, 2009
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You & This Route

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Crux: After doing the dynamic move to the jug rail, there is a tree growing on the right side of this ledge. Heel hook right and reach up to a bad crimp with your right hand (although I have seen it done with the left). Slowly lock off and reach a decent set of crimps 15ft up. The crux is over, but the commitment is not.

New beta has been found that uses a mono after doing the first big move eliminating the original sequence described above. Hence, the downgrade.


Center Line on the north face.


4 pads or so, spotters.


  V6 PG13
  V6 PG13
Have done it with and without mono, seems V6 to me either way Jul 27, 2011
Kegan Minock
colorado springs
Kegan Minock   colorado springs
I think the mono beta is really good. I dont think i could have done this without it. kind of a scary climb but ultra classic Oct 1, 2012
Andy Liu
Eastern Sierra
Andy Liu   Eastern Sierra
  V7 R
bheller   SL UT
  V7 R
If you have fat fingers and can't sink that mono it's all of V7... And clearly R. At 20+ feet tall, you would be lucky not to be injured falling from the last few moves. Its hard to tell where you'd even land if you fell (due to the height and angle). Very beautiful, but it should be taken seriously... don't pretend it's not potentially dangerous. Feb 29, 2016