Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Brian Cabe 6/29/02
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Shared By: grk10vq on Mar 28, 2010
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Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details

Description

A pretty good route on a rather pretty face? Butter Face offers a lot of fun and a few upper pitch variations. This route is best done as a warm-up or warm-down, but if you brought the gear just do it.

Butter Face is a nice steep pitch over easy terrain. A cool set of fractures over forgiving and solid rock lead the climber to a big rest at the 3/4's mark. From here choose the finish the best suits you. A more mellow, standard approach climbs to the right over easy terrain and great gear placements. Another option leans left over a blank spot with less gear and more go juice!

You can't deny it, you know you wan to try it.

Location

Butter Face lies in the center of Cliff Lake. It begins just left of Glory

Protection

A standard rack up to three inches should suffice, runners and a few draws. Build an anchor, sling a tree, do something up there, then rap off No Woman No Cry

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