Type: Sport, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: John Robinson and Tom Leksan
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Shared By: John Robinson on Sep 27, 2010
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This route starts out as a steep face climb then goes over a small overhang. Above the overhang make some great stemming moves using the feature on the left (this feature is part of the 3rd pitch of North Face) then up and right to the top anchors of Dragon Back. A must do on the leap ticklist. This is a very well protected classic face route at the leap, the only difference is you're actually doing fun moves instead of the standard mind numbing dike mantels that the leap is famous for. The route has several thin moves that lead to a roof that is tricky then there are a few moves after the roof that are pretty crazy. In conclusion this route deserves to be done more and is a blast to climb.


This route and others (second pitch of North Face, Dragon Back, Second pitch of North Country, a 5.9 unnamed OW, and Wall Flower) Start in (or Near) an alcove (Wide flat bench) at the base of the second pitch of North Face. This is a great place to spend the day climbing away from the public. You might even mow the lawn that is there. To access Absolutely Brilliant, North country and Dragon Back you will need to 3rd class (some say you need a rope, pro and it is 5th class but, they are not bold like I am, maybe, once they become 75 years old, they will become bold)  down and right from the alcove approx 40' and then up an easy section to a bushy ledge that you can traverse along. See the Beta Picture at the bottom of this page for information on getting here and rapping off.


Bolts. Shares the Top Anchors with "Dragon Back"