Type: Trad, TR, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: James Dobbs
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Shared By: Will Eccleston on May 13, 2009 · Updates
Admins: Stonyman Killough, Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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Some have said this should get an R rating, but if you trust in some shallow nuts in the lower half I would say PG. Pull onto the undercut wall and trend just slightly left to a #3 cam placement about 10-15 feet up. Continue up fantastic, steep, technical face moves through 2 pitons and the ultimate crux. Pull this and continue through a small amount of 5.7 to a bolted anchor. This route can also be top roped after leading The Ten if you are comfortable traversing 7-8 feet to the left on pretty big jugs to attach a quad on the OC anchors.

Stellar face climbing on beautiful rock.

Location Suggest change

Nice yellow/orange wall, look for purple sling on a fixed pin mid-way up, near a second pin.

Protection Suggest change

Small rack, but a #3 is nice down low, and some nuts are useful on the first half. Ends at bolted anchors.