Type: Sport, 270 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Joe Turley, Jim Sinclair (free solo)
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Shared By: Tom Bath on Dec 5, 2009
Admins: Nate Ball, Kate Lynn

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This route follows the quartz dyke that traverses the Raven's Castle slabs.
P1 5.6) From the start on the left side of the base (same start as Talking Crack) head up and right following the dyke to the 1st belay station.
P2. Follow the dyke up the headwall to the top.


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Dru B.  
Before this thing was retrobolted you could get in 3-4 pieces of gear, despite claims to the contrary in the guidebook Jan 14, 2010
Jason Albino
San Francisco, CA
Jason Albino   San Francisco, CA
Eyeball this thing carefully, as the undulating bolts are hidden well in the sunshine. Be sure to go straight up for a few bolts, then look for the sharply right-leaning bolt line to the top from there. A fun way to get in more climbing after topping out on Squamish Buttress, but nothing to write home about. Apr 20, 2013
Kyle Wall  
A fun climb to make it to the top of 1st peak. Could use some more traffic as it was a titch mossy... Jul 18, 2018