Type: Trad, 255 ft (77 m), 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: Paul Ross Steve Rydalch (alt leads) Sept 18th 2009
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Shared By: USBRIT Ross on Sep 19, 2009
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane

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Located in the Three Fingers Canyon. The climb is across the talis to the East of 1000' of Fun.The Berghaus Wall. After entering the canyon scramble up the talis below the slabs on the right for about 500yds to a large pine beside a big block.

P1)Follow the ramp/slab that lies above a steep long wall that trends up to the right to around a corner where the slab narrows to ledge and double anchors. 190' 5.6/7R
P2).Climb up to the black slab below a crack trending right to double anchors below a steeper short dark brown corner. 65' 5.8.
P3). Awkward moves passed a pro bolt to gain easier climbing ,then move right along a ledge to another pro bolt that protects delicate moves up a short slab 160' 5.9/10.Continue to summit and double anchors . Register in small cairn down to left.

Descent .. Rap the route.


Three fingers Canyon , Eastern Reef Slabs.


Two 60m ropes, Cams C4 BD Camolots .3 to #2 and BD C3 red,yellow,green.Medium to small stoppers, slings.