Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 3 pitches
FA: John Burcham, Zack Bastow
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Shared By: Mike on Jul 11, 2011
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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P1: (5.9) Start up a slot with a crack in back. Crux is in first 20' (JMHO) and it gets easier & more fun as the slot becomes overhanging. Finishes at a bolted belay.

P2: (5.10) Continue up the mostly easy chimney system to the obvious traverse right to a bolted face. Follow the bolts up great face climbing to a bolted belay.

P3: (5.10) Ascend a short offwidth past 2 bolts to another bolt line. Follow these bolts up great moves on a nice arete to a bolted belay.

Location

Located on the right side of the face in an obvious slot with the first belay anchors visible.

Protection

Single set of cams from tiny thru #4 camalot, 1 #6 camalot, nuts. Rappel the route with one 70m rope. A 60 may work as well???

Description

P1: (5.9) Start up a slot with a crack in back. Crux is in first 20' (JMHO) and it gets easier & more fun as the slot becomes overhanging. Finishes at a bolted belay.

P2: (5.10) Continue up the mostly easy chimney system to the obvious traverse right to a bolted face. Follow the bolts up great face climbing to a bolted belay.

P3: (5.10) Ascend a short offwidth past 2 bolts to another bolt line. Follow these bolts up great moves on a nice arete to a bolted belay.

Location

Located on the right side of the face in an obvious slot with the first belay anchors visible.

Protection

Single set of cams from tiny thru #4 camalot, 1 #6 camalot, nuts. Rappel the route with one 70m rope. A 60 may work as well???

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