Type: Trad
FA: Forrest Gardner and Rob Robinson 1980
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Shared By: American Dankster on Jul 5, 2011
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-Climb on the Arete to the left of Rusty's Crack. This includes big throws and a lock off to a blind hold(5.11+). Crawl up onto the ledge. Here you can build a belay(for 2 pitches)or bring long runners for one super pitch (much cooler).
-From the ledge climb up and left to jugs. Make a big move(5.11-) then start working your way back right all the way to the exposed prow. Top out at the prow. Bolted Anchor.


The feature at sunset that you can't miss.


Camalots= .3 .4(two) .5 .75 #1(two) #2(two). Place for #3 on the ledge. 60m rope. Bolted Anchor.

Note: There is a high heel move at 10ft to get to a #2 placement. You will hit the ground if you fall before that piece. Be smart.


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Benjamin Chapman
Small Town, USA
Benjamin Chapman   Small Town, USA
This route was established in the 1980s and there's no photo of it?? Jun 28, 2015
Wei-Ming Lam
Phoenix, AZ
Wei-Ming Lam   Phoenix, AZ
Very cool route, bring a bouldering pad to suss out the initial boulder problem if this grade is around your working level.

Essentially face climbing with gear. Amazing exposure to be had on this lead! May 26, 2016