Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Chris Graham & Bob Ahearn
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Shared By: Chris Graham on Apr 14, 2010
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Bouldery moves up to the first bolt then follow a quartzite dyke to a large flake (#2 Camalot). Make tricky moves over the next bulge to a rest at mid height. Continue trending right on a steep ramp to the crux moves up and over the final headwall. Small cams are helpful after pulling over the final bulge. Finish up the slab on nice holds to a two bolt anchor. 90'


Directions: Hike left along the cliff band until you reach a right-facing corner and buttress where the trail drops down. Walk downhill past a small slab (As Easy as Instant Pudding Pie) and look for an obvious blocky buttress. The climb starts 15' left of put my foot where?

Rap from the anchor.


Gear: draws, a (#2 or #3) Camelot, assorted small cams for the finish. 6 bolts to a two bolt anchor.