Type: Trad, 200 ft, 3 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Conrad Wilson on Aug 14, 2011
Admins: Aron Quiter, Muscrat, Lurker, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

The large left facing dihedral marks the start of this climb.
P1) 5.5 no pro start leads to a 5.6 dihedral. There is a spot for a nut about half way up to the dihedral, hard to spot. Ends on a ledge above the broken rock.
P2) 5.5 Walk to climbers right side of ledge, clip bolt, head up mungy, confusing ledges, tending left and then finally right up an easy ramp to bolted belay. Careful not to drop mud on belayer!
Variation - 5.10a. Far right after clipping first bolt: Instead of heading back left, climb straight up past 3 more bolts directly to the belay. Clean rock, fun, 10.a/b.
P3) 5.7 Head up dirty rock climbers left to the base of the great dihedral. The bolt can be passed for less rope drag.

Protection

Standard rack to 5". Bolts. Bolted anchors. Shoulder length slings.

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Muscrat

 
Muscrat    
 
Forget the regular 2nd pitch and do the 'variation'. Turns this into a 3+ star route.
Did this with one #3, (nothing larger) which when i went to place it, found the trigger wires were detached; oh fun! Jul 1, 2015
Henry Kroeker
Greenville
 
Henry Kroeker   Greenville
 
Agree...Variant makes it worth it. Feb 29, 2016
Brad J
  5.6
Brad J  
  5.6
Big dihedral up high seems to be changing. Where I used to put in a red camelot now takes a yellow.

Brad Apr 20, 2016