Avg: 3.6 from 46 votes
|Type:||Trad, 500 ft, 7 pitches, Grade III|
|Page Views:||9,272 total · 76/month|
|Shared By:||Victor Lawson on Jul 2, 2010|
|Admins:||Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes|
Climbing is NOT ADVISED. Social distancing is challenging with climbing. Citations may be issued for violations of the social distancing requirement for a minimum of 6 feet between people not in the same household. In addition, touching surfaces contacted by others, which occurs on climbing routes and between climbing partners sharing equipment & rope(s), is a risk.
Rescues related to this sport are highly technical, require a large number of rescue personnel and equipment, and they generally result in an ambulance ride to the hospital. Please respect the statewide state-at-home order.
P2: Delicate flakes lead to a hard move on clean rock above a bolt (.11a) to gain a great hand/finger crack. Can link w/ pitch one easily. 1 bolt/gear to #3 camalot.
P3: Traverse left to a short O.W. (5.8) then "crawl on all sixes" to reach belay. Unique and wild. Optional #4 for O.W., otherwise, gear to #3.
P4: Thin left facing corner to fun and techy bolted arch (.11b). Great climbing! 5 bolts/thin gear.
P5: Several mantles up ledges (.10a) to amphitheater belay. 4 bolts/one thin piece.
P6: Awesome left traversing underclings (.11a). Bring your camera. 3 bolts/gear to #3.
P7: Up for a bit (.10b) then head right via obvious 4th class slab to bolted belay. Gear to #3.
DESCENT: 5 raps down the route with one 60m rope. Extra caution is advised for the first rap as it is 30m!
Nuts & a double rack up to a #2 camalot and one #3 camalot is suggested (a #4 is very optional for the short 5.8 O.W. on pitch 3.) A mix of sport and extendo draws are required. If this is at your limit, go heavier on thin gear ie; nuts and cams to finger size.