Type: Sport, 75 ft
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Shared By: laurichj on Sep 1, 2009
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Mostly vertical climb up big jugs, with a great view of Snoqualmie Pass from the top. Finding the first bolt is a bit challenging since it's not visible. Head up the obvious easy route along the corner and it's over a small ledge. The visible bolt to the left is for a 5.8 start and causes some rope drag so if you want to use that put a longer sling on it.

There's a bit of noise and a small bit where climber and belayer aren't visible. Yell loudly or use radios or rope signals.


Right side of eastern block next to a big flake on the ground. A smaller flake under makes a decent anchor for light belayers. Rap down on a single 50m+ rope.


About 8 bolts and anchors at the top.


I climbed this with a piece or two of gear (many placements around) prior to reaching the first bolt. It's also safe to use the off route bolt with a long runner if you don't have gear. I believe there used to be a bolt closer to the ground that got chopped. No reason to climb this as a PG-13 climb if it scares you. Dec 17, 2009
I didn't think it was, just a newbie goofing up the drop down box. This was one of my first leads. I've removed the PG-13 bit. It's a fun route. Dec 18, 2009
Arthur Sullivan
Arthur Sullivan   Albuquerque,NM
I think the rating is a little deceptive considering some of the other 5.7s at exit 38. This is long and vertical with some big moves. Fun climb but not a great beginner lead. Sep 24, 2010
Justin R.
Justin R.   Seattle
Looks like the lowest bolt is missing. There's a clear hole in a spot where it seems like a natural spot for one. Jul 7, 2011
Good first lead for confident climbers, and similarly a great TR for confident new climbers, but may be a bit too long for those who are less confident (we had a few newbies that had to turn back). Sep 2, 2012
Zeke Spier
Seattle, Washington
Zeke Spier   Seattle, Washington
This route can be safely climbed 100% on gear, good place to practice placements with bolt backups if desired. Aug 15, 2014
Sergey Shevelev
San Francisco, CA
Sergey Shevelev   San Francisco, CA
Inconvenient to clean when rappelling (because of the way it's zigzagging), so if you do, at least use prusik or other backup. Doesn't really look that much fun (sur[rised to see it's got 3 stars), but maybe ok to practice as a leader... Aug 24, 2014
Olympia, WA
Chris-Bailey   Olympia, WA
Somebody left a top rope anchor set up at the top of this that was extremely redundant and safe (i.e. you left ~60 dollars of gear up there.) Tell me what you left and give me a good reason for leaving it :) and I'll be happy to try and get it back to you.

For those reading this, it's just a 5.7, first bolt is high but easy terrain to get to it. It's not a good first lead but a great second lead! The 5.8 start to the left adds a fun move or two as well.

-Chris Oct 11, 2015
Super fun!! I placed a few pieces of gear in the beginning. Stay right then follow up on big, easy moves. This was my first lead over 50 feet and my 3rd sport lead - Felt amazing and is definitely a great route to end on. May 22, 2017
There’s now a new first bolt not far off the deck. Bring a couple cams to go directly up the initial steep corner or use a long runner on the second bolt out left, and cut back right once above it. A longer draw or two up higher are also nice to get the carabiners clear of rock edges. Jul 7, 2018