Type: Trad, 200 ft, 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: Damon Williams and Bob Puryear, 1981
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Shared By: Ted Smith on Jan 14, 2011 with 2 Suggestions
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Crux moves on all three pitches for different reasons. On the first pitch, it is all about clearing the small roof. For the second pitch, there is a tricky start to get into the right arching crack. The third pitch is a bit difficult to protect due to the crack shape, but it can be done safely.

Damon W. adds: Originally done in 2 pitches, but breaking it up into 3 pitches as noted in description will probably decrease rope drag.


The next route to the left of Black Death, on the way to One for the Road.


Tapers, cams from Metolius 1 to BD 6 (for anchoring).