Type: Trad
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Shared By: Josh C on Aug 29, 2011
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Access Issue: Donner/Truckee area Details


The start is the crux, then after that the climbing eases substantially.


Left of "Fine Line." The left trending diagnonal flake.


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Colonel Mustard
Sacramento, CA
Colonel Mustard   Sacramento, CA
Three pieces if you want to really sew this baby up. I used a .5 camalot - to a 4" camalot near the top of the flake with a 1" piece in between. The start is a little testy feeling but once you swing in to the undercling/lieback of the flake it is essentially over. Fun for the brevity of length. Oct 10, 2011
DJ Reyes
Northern Nevada
DJ Reyes   Northern Nevada
Definitely fun though I'd have loved to have the undercling portion go on for a couple dozen more feet! This route is hard to rate for me. Seemed much easier to me than Fine Line, but my partner disagreed. I'd say just get on it and judge for yourself. May 13, 2013
Greg Tennyson
Greg Tennyson   Roseville
This should be rated as a highball boulder route. Split rock is just as high. Aug 8, 2015
Josh Lowy
Sacramento, CA
Josh Lowy   Sacramento, CA
The undercling flake is fun and worth its brevity.
Thought the original line finished direct, not trending right overtop the flake. Above the flake there is a crack in the main wall and another undercling far above. A crux VERY reachy move gets you into the higher underling which can be followed up and around left to summit. 5.10c the direct way. Aug 31, 2017