Type: Trad, 230 ft (70 m), 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: (complete) Patrick Munn, Dominic Eisinger
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Shared By: thomas chervenak on May 29, 2009
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie, Jim Lawyer

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Route Location:
Continue past The Fast Gun to a large flat clearing with several bolted lines. Pilgrim's Progress starts at the far right end of the clearing at a semi-detached block with bolts on the right-hand side of it. Chris Duca

Route Beta:
Three great pitches with each offering unique and thoughtful challenges. Pitch one wanders up a thin face with a nice crux demanding good problem solving.(10a) Climb past the first set of anchors if you plan on climbing the next pitch, there are another set of bolts about twenty feet higher.

Pitch two follows the arrowhead shaped detatched flake past some bolts up to a very technical thin seam. Fun on your toes small gear placements take you past a couple of unnecessary bolts to a bolted anchor.(10c) I really liked the climbing on this pitch. The seam never really gives you good jams and the feet aren't great either, requiring some patience to get the gear while in insecure stances.

Pitch three takes you up a series of beautiful triangular roofs. This pitch is probablly the coolest looking feature on the cliff and happens to be really hard too! Tough and awkward stemming brings you to a baffling crux pull through the first roof followed by relentless cranking, landing you at a perfect belay. This pitch is tough at 5.11.