Type: Trad, Sport, 100 ft (30 m), 2 pitches
FA: Jim Wilson '90
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Shared By: Scott Coldiron on Jul 30, 2009
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This two pitch climb can be done in 1 easily, or stop at P1's chain anchors and rap off. The links are getting thin, so not a good spot to lower from. If you do the whole thing you can walk off.

P1:Start in the shallow dihedral and follow the bolts onto the slab. The crux is a mantle which can feel committing on lead. There are no moves, however, which feel like hard 5.9.
P2: Plug gear in the vertical cracks straight up to the top. A grade easier, but gritty.


Right next to the railroad tracks, 50 ft. east of Rysinzube. It's the bolt line to the right that follows a groove.


P1 (40ft.): bolts to chain anchor.
P2: (60 (ft.): standard rack to 2". a lean rack will do. It's short.


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