Type: Sport, TR, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Don Brooks, Chris Syrjala
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Shared By: Mark Straub on Oct 17, 2010
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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From the base of the cliff, head 20 feet up a trough to reach the start of the route. Clip the bolt and traverse onto the slab with some thin face/slab moves. The next bolt is up and right and a moderate runout will be present to reach this bolt. From here, follow the bolt line up the slab to the chains.

The climbing is sustained 5.10a slab most of the way up.

It is also very easy to set up a toprope. Walk to the very top of the crag, to a large fir tree. You can use the anchor bolts just above the tree, or use the handline to reach the bolted anchor about 10' lower. 


This is on the left edge on Hag Crag, on the upper slab portion of the crag. To reach Hag Crag, head right for about 3 minutes from Private Idaho.

To reach the start of the route, scramble up 20 feet in a gully-groove feature (not that hard).


7 quickdraws and an extendable draw.


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