Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: Don and Joyce Cossel, 1996
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Shared By: Nate Ball on Nov 13, 2010
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"This route lies on the south-side entrance of the first gully. It is well protected and makes a good warm-up climb. Climb the broken face past three bolts to the top-chains. It is steep and pushy but has great handholds." - Falcon Guide's 'Rock Climbing Oregon' 2006


First climb on your left when descending on trail


3 bolts


Richard Denker
Portland OR
Richard Denker   Portland OR
This is a 5.7 if you find the correct holds and use them exactly right. If not it is easily a 5.9.
Protection: 3 bolts plus an anchor. Jun 11, 2012
Vince Schreck
Portland, OR
Vince Schreck   Portland, OR
I totally agree with Richard Denker. If this is your first time on this climb, and you're feeling around for holds, it will definitely feel more like 5.9. If you can find the bomber holds right when you need them, it will be more like 5.7 to 5.8.

My 9 year old son led this climb, and my 5 year old (in the pictures) did it as well with several rests. Jul 11, 2013