Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Martin Berzins
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Shared By: Matt McCormick on Sep 24, 2009 · Updates
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Jim Lawyer, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie

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This route is yet another one of Martin Berzins' bold and hard additions to the Daks. Put up in 1991, this route contains some of the raddest and most desperate moves I've experienced on any route. The proximity to Drop Fly or Die is completely overshadowed by the quality of the climbing.

Climb the start of Drop Fly Or Die and at the first roof continue straight up in a tight hands and ringlocks crack. At the horizontal, move left into Drop Fly for 4'. Reach out, blindly place a wire or micro cam in the seam and then move right on small desperate holds into a crazy boulder sequence with no feet until your established in a finger lock and can place your next piece. Continue up the sustained crack above to the enormous guillotine flake and then right to a 2 bolt anchor.


Start as for Drop Fly or Die.


Many small cams and nuts plus some .75 camalot size pieces.