Type: Trad, 90 ft, 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: D. Treadwell, J. Dunkley, A. Durie
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Shared By: a d on Aug 19, 2010
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Three individual pitches, 30m. each.
All share the same top anchor.
Two dihedral cracks, and one finger crack that splits face at right.
Anchors provide TR potential for five lines.


On trail leading to right side off wall, look for obvious crack, splitting low angle face.
Further left, two left facing dihedrals.


Small rack to 2"
Dihedrals lead to two bolts across face to top anchor.(bolts)


3 pitches and 90 feet? Thems er small pitches son!

(i.e.: You might want to fix that description: Either the route is 270 feet or there are 3 90 foot pitches) Feb 6, 2011
a d
a d  
Three individual routes,
each is 1 pitch,30 meters, that share the same top anchor.. Feb 28, 2011