Type: Sport
FA: John Hoffman, 1989
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Shared By: urs on Aug 3, 2009
Admins: Aron Quiter, Lurker, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Access Issue: Donner/Truckee area Details

Description

This extremely unique route is one of the most interesting routes in Donner. Start off the route with a brutal mantel on a large roof which is followed by thin face climbing. From here attack an overhanging pocketed face with brutally thin moves on slopers and pockets to the top.

Location

This route is located about 100ft to the left of Childhood's End 5.10d and is one of the first routes you will see when getting to the wall through the second approach described on North Stars Wall.

Protection

7 bolts lead to a 2 bolted anchor. Rap off.

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peachy spohn  
 
What a crazy, fun route! The mantle isn't mandatory, but it's the most obvious way to get above the roof. The upper section of the route has some of the coolest moves and holds. I thought that this was one of the better routes at North Star too. Aug 25, 2012
MisterCattell Cattell
South Lake Tahoe, Ca
  5.11b
MisterCattell Cattell   South Lake Tahoe, Ca
  5.11b
Clipping the chains, I knew that I'd just climbed easily one of the most enjoyable pitches I have ever climbed. Easily top 5 all time. Move after move of incredible and unique climbing guarded by an exciting mantle. Once beyond the mantle, freedom of movement dances your way to the chains. An absolute classic. Jan 13, 2018
Lurker
Truckee, CA
 
Lurker   Truckee, CA  
 
The upper wall past the mantle is quality and sustained, with some cool solution pockets and laybacking, although a bit of a sandbag at .11b. The mantle is less than classic and would make for a potentially ugly fall if you blew it. Jun 10, 2018