Type: Trad, 65 ft
FA: John Rich, Jeff Wenger, Colleen Brennan, 10/01
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Shared By: Max Tepfer on Jan 17, 2010 with improvements by Devin Bishop
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closure ::: No top access - private land Details


The first 20' consist of a couple moves on good fingerlocks off the deck to a brief crux of rattly fingers to thin hands. After the crack opens up to hands, the angle kicks back and you can enjoy a low-angle, upside-down version of Gold Rush to a sling anchor on the left.


Lively Up Yourself is located on the far left side of the Main Wall. In Jeff's guidebook, he lists it as being on 'the northern end.' Head to the that end of the Main Wall and locate a prominant double crack system made up of two 4-5 inch cracks. The left crack should gradually taper down to hands higher up. Lively Up Yourself is the line immediately right of those cracks. If you're looking at the Main Wall from a distance, Lively Up Yourself is located where the last of the distinctive orange colored Rock that makes up the majority of the Main Wall fades to the grey of the North Side.


BD 0.3-1 with doubles of 2s and 3s and one 3+ size.


Bend, OR
gio92   Bend, OR
There are bolt anchors at the top now, shared with Shasta Oct 20, 2015
Michael Richichi
Portland, OR
Michael Richichi   Portland, OR
This route is awesome! The low crux is challenging. It opens up the higher you get, so gear placement is good and it eases up as you climb. Oct 26, 2016
Patrick Beeson
Portland, OR
Patrick Beeson   Portland, OR
Pre-place two finger-sized cams (yellow and red Metolius) from rock above the start to give yourself a safety buffer at the start. You'll move out of the finger-crack quickly after those and into some face holds and hand jams. Nov 13, 2018