Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Jim Cunningham and Alan Jolley 5/7/83
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Shared By: Chris Duca on Aug 15, 2010 · Updates
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie, Jim Lawyer

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A stunning pitch of juggy arete climbing. Though rather short in length, it is certainly one of the best routes at it's grade in the park.

Climb juggy rock up to a small overhang. Clear this on large holds and gain the razor sharp arete above. Continue up on mostly large holds, until a balancey move past a bolt requires you to use some friction to access the much easier, but beautifully exposed, climbing above.

Location Suggest change

Start about 120' right of the obvious left-leaning crack of Rockaholic at a dirty ramp-like feature that ends 40' up at a small, flat island with a few small cedars.

Protection Suggest change

Care should be taken when protecting this route as the gear is PG. This route DOES, however, easily protects with a single rack to #1 Camalot, a few QDs, and double-length slings. Also, carry along a cordalette for the tree anchor at the top. Walk off to climbers left.