Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: Mark Van Horn
Page Views: 599 total · 5/month
Shared By: Monomaniac on Jun 30, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Tower of Power climbs an impressive sweep of curving white limestone on thin, sharp pockets and hidden edges. The route begins easily, gets steadily more difficult, and culminates with a dynamic, pumpy finish.

Begin from a grass-covered terrace, 15' left of the Dreamer Pit. Launch up the easy, black & white-speckled slab. Just below mid-height, traverse right to a shallow groove, then cut back left to an interesting, shallow arete feature. Grope your way up the arete, then move desperately out right to a final shake before the intimidating overhang. Fire up and left past positive three-finger pockets to a sinister move below the anchor.


Mid-way along the Great Black North cliffband, an impressive fin of rock, known as the Slice of Bread, juts out over the cliff. "Triage", one of Shelf's most difficult routes climbs this amazing bulge. Immediately right (W) of this fin is a white, sweeping wave of rock. Tower of Power climbs this white wall.


Bolts, 2 bolt anchor. Stick clip highly recommended!