Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: 7-6-89, W. Wallace or Blake Hankins
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Shared By: phillip Hranicka on Jun 17, 2009
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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Access Issue: Carver cliff is on PRIVATE PROPERTY! Details


The awesome-looking, lichen-covered, overhanging crack above the slab. Although the difficult climbing doesn't last long, the exposure is wild as you commit to the tipped back traverse to the anchor.


Mosey up the left side of the slab placing gear if you find it or solo up to the first anchor (5.4). After the first anchor the crack looms above and the business begins!


Pro to 3" (there's one wide spot). Bolted anchor (Metolius Rap hangers).


peachy spohn  
This is a great route and would be a classic climb if it was cleaner. There are always good stances to place gear (which ranges from #2 [yellow] metolius to #8 [light purple] metolius). There are finger locks, hand jams, and it's steep; you couldn't ask more from a local trad climb! It's a must for anyone who climbs trad. Jul 6, 2009
another Chad
another Chad  
Chariots of Fire is really unique and a great challenge. If anyone is interested in top-roping it, you can get to the anchor by climbing both pitches of Rites of Passage, then get lowered about twenty feet and traverse right on a lichen covered ledge. Aim for the little filbert bush and you'll get to the anchor.

Chad Aug 11, 2015