Type: Trad, TR, 60 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Teh Phuzzy on Jul 18, 2010
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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Take Sickle to the obvious ledge. Go right into "A rather difficult, short jam crack high step crux off the upper main legde [aforementioned] leads to easier jams and smears near the anchor." (PRC)


Hammer and Sickle you commie bastards


to 3" or hike around for TR


Bryan Hall
Portland, Oregon
Bryan Hall   Portland, Oregon
Pro to 2" will sew this up. It's pretty straightforward, unlike the "rather difficult" comment in the guidebook. If you know how to handjam then you should be fine. Jun 15, 2012
berl   Seattle
I find the little slab above the handcrack to be the most thought-provoking... the thought usually being something like "get some gear in now because otherwise you're looking at a fall or swing onto the ledge at the base of the handcrack." Jun 15, 2012
das1405   Portland
This climb is quite a bit harder if you take a variation to the right for the first half of the climb. Start to the right of the tree (about 3-4 feet to the right of the route shown in the Beta photo) and climb up into the chimney. I don't think this variation has a name but the book lists it as a .10-.
NOTE:I did this on TR - it didn't seem like it would take pro very well - maybe some small nuts. Mar 21, 2016
Zachary Radke
Gresham, OR
Zachary Radke   Gresham, OR
Did the “chimney start” off to the right, portland rock book calls route 5.10-. Takes small nuts in a few spots and a bomber .5 friend at the start. Nut placements weren’t ideal, and placed from a strenuous position. Wouldn’t want to fall on them, but very low down so a fall may just result in an injured ankle. Chimney start variation goes around 5.10- pg imo Aug 5, 2018