Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Larry Triber, Peter Noebels and Dennis Abbink 1975
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Shared By: Aaron Collins on Oct 8, 2010
Admins: Greg Opland, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman, Luke Bertelsen

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From a huge flat boulder start up a triangular block, head right to a left facing off width corner or left up an easy crack. They both take you to the same place, a squeeze chimney. Clip a glue-in on the left face w/a long runner, then mount the ledge and head left on a ledge. Traverse thin face moves to a right facing flake(takes .3 BD)to another ledge, Plug a .5 and/or #1BD w/ long runner in downward crack. Climb left up the arete making a few airy/thin/dicey/committing moves past a bolt then run it out to the last ledge. Plug a #2 BD in the horizontal crack and climb a steep face past 2 bolts to an R finish on nubs that feel huge by this point on . Ankles have been broken on this route. Serious climb w/bad falls :) Awesome and worth doing!

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Starts off of a big flat boulder

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.3 -2 bd 1ea.
Four old bolts w/ good hangers:(
5 runners
2 double runner will decrease rope drag. If not it will start weighing on you towards the top while running it out:(

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Start up a triangular block go right into a left facing offwidth lie back or off the block go left up an easy crack. They both take you to the same body squeeze chimney clip a glue-in then mount the ledge and head right on a ledge. Make thin face moves to a right facing flake to a ledge, plug .5 or 1bd in downward crack. Climb a cruxy arete making a few committing face move past a bolt then run it out to a ledge. Plug in a #2 bd in a horizontal climb nubs on a steep face past 2 bolts to an R finish. Ancles have been broken on this route. Serious cliimb w/ bad falls :)

Location Suggest change

Starts off of a big flat boulder

Protection Suggest change

.3 -2 bd 1ea.
Four old bolts w/ good hangers:(
5 runners
2 double runner will decrease rope drag. If not it will start weighing on you towards the top while running it out:(

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