Type: Sport, 400 ft (121 m), 5 pitches, Grade II
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Daniel Coltrane on Jun 15, 2011 · Updates
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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Description

Pitch 1 5.7 Climb up and right along a blunt arete to a belay ledge. ~25M

Pitch 2 5.10A Crux pitch, head out left from the belay until you reach a corner, ascend the left inside face of the arete. ~22M

Pitch 3 5.8 Climb up and right passing two bolts and then straight up on steeper terrain. To keep the climbing within the grade one will need to keep looking for the largest holds on the featured face. This pitch ends on a small ledge. ~32M

Pitch 4 5.7 Climb this short pitch up and right until you reach the obvious large ledge just below the upper headwall. ~18M

Pitch 5 5.7 Climb up to the slab head wall by scrambling about 10 meters of easy 4th class terrain. Head straight up the slab headwall on some small but positive edges to reach the top. ~38M

Location

This route follows up the left side of the middle portion of Orange wall heading straight up from the talus slope.

Look for the large over hanging roof and the blank white face below the roof to locate this route.

Protection

All bolts with bolted belays- 10 to 12 draws and some extendable sling for the begining traverse on the second pitch.

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