Type: Trad, TR, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: FA: Eric Fazio-Ricard FFA: Krzysztof Gorny, July 2015
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Shared By: Rob P on Jan 14, 2011
Admins: K Ice, Kris Gorny

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Great exposure and fun pumpy face climbing up the arete to the left of Palisaid and Hidden Treasure.

Climb the obvious multi-layered juggy flake that does not appear to be attached to anything for 30 feet into a series of big holds followed by the balancy and technical crux on the right side of the arete. For full-value, move back left past some calcite following a crack system with face holds to the top. For an easier escape, climb to the right of the arete.

Location Suggest change

The arete to climbers left of Palisaid and Hidden Treasure.

Protection Suggest change

Plenty of small cams (c3's and up to 0.75 c4's). Few good shallow placements in solid horizontal cracks. Some 'good looking' placements in questionable rock that would hold body weight. Burly crux protects with few decent pieces (including dyneema sling around the jug hold).

Gear anchor at the top.

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