Type: Sport, 7 pitches
FA: Scott Ayers, Dave Burke & Logan Litchtenhan
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Shared By: Jason Reese on Jan 7, 2010 · Updates
Admins: adrian montaƱo, Greg Opland, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman, Luke Bertelsen

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Very fun route. rock quality gets better after the second pitch. second pitch is the most strenuous and the third has a distinct slab crux after the easy run out. Forth pitch eases off a little but not much, still steep and interesting. You can probably link pitches 5and6 and belay on a long ledge with several options. We choose the anchors closest to the shin daggers and from there we choose the route going right. From the next anchor you can choose to go up left or up right. We choose to continue up right. Steep and thin well bolted slab to the top.

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To the right of Peacemaker. We used the first pitch of Peacemaker to traverse right to the ledge with the trees. From here we followed the tan bolts up a series of bulges.

Protection Suggest change

Almost all bolts. I used small nuts for an anchor after the first pitch and a small nut for the 4th pitch and one on the 5th pitch.

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