Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: 1998 Savage
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Shared By: Spider Savage on Jan 5, 2010 · Updates
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Warning Access Issue: 1. RAIN & WET ROCK 2. DANGER OF EROSION DetailsDrop down

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Mellow slab paddling to a roof 25 feet from the ground. Once over the roof more slab paddling between widely spaced bolts to the P1 anchor. It's mostly much easier than 5.7. I call it "sustained 5.2." This route is not a sport climb. It's an adventure route, which means the bolts are widely spaced. Designed to be a direct line to the summit. Expect 20 to 30 ft run outs up high. Lots of ways to get down if you know the area.

Location Suggest change

Right up the center of Hyperion Slab.

Protection Suggest change

P1 - 5 bolts (2-ring Fixe anchor)

P2 - 2 bolts

P3 - 2 bolts.

The crux is well protected, but expect 15 - 20 run outs above.