Type: Sport, 65 ft (20 m)
FA: Jason Desmond
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Shared By: Jason Desmond on Nov 9, 2010 · Updates
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Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details


Climb Stoic Calculus and continue up and right to a nice hand crack with good pockets, slightly overhung at the top. Though this route has been thoroughly cleaned small rocks may still come off until its been climbed more. Use caution as this is a popular area and there may be other groups below.


9 quickdraws, seven more bolts to ring anchors. If you plan on being lowered to the ground from the upper anchors YOU WILL NEED A 70 METER ROPE. With a 60 meter rope you'll need to lower back to the anchors of Stoic Calculus.

You can do it in one long pitch from the ground with a long draw for the chains of Stoic and a 70 meter rope, but you'll need to tie knots in the rope because its full length 70m. 16 total quickdraws if linking with Stoic Calculus.