Type: Trad, 400 ft, 6 pitches, Grade III
FA: Tai DeVore, Todd Townsend 2010 G.U.
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Shared By: Jason Chinchen on May 28, 2011
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Description

Climb 6 pitches of really good granite.
P1- climb the water worn groove on the far right side of PSOM Slab to a ledge. *OR* Climb the better looking pitch to the left (The High Life) up cracks and an undercling section to three bolts and anchors. (5.9)
P2- Move right and climb the seam to anchors. *OR*
P3- Continue in the seam to the next anchors under the roof system.
P4- Climb through the roof (crux)with hand jams and then clip a bolt and go left under the roof and then up to anchors.
P5- Climb the flaring chimney/corner. Good rock and adequate protection.The anchors are out on the face to the left *OR*
P6- Skip this anchor and go straight to a ledge and then up and left to the last anchors.

6 raps with one 70 M rope. Watch the ends as a few are rope stretchers.

Location

Go uphill all the way along the PSOM Slab to the 4th class gully and start up the route.

Protection

Standard trad rack, double med sized cams and a set of nuts.

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