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Type: Sport
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Shared By: rivercat Ledbetter on Dec 22, 2011
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Nate Ball, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Description

second route from the left. climb up the ledge behind the tree for the belay.

Protection

bolts and a #2 TCU if you like

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Matt Denton
  5.9+
Matt Denton  
  5.9+
As oretro indicates in his comment(Fee Demo page) and photo, this area has experienced some significant tree and rock fall. As of 7/23/17 a flattened hanger was replaced mid route. The three final bolts(hangers look good) and the full chain anchor need to be replaced. The second pitch off the anchors looked very dirty. This whole area could use some love and now that the Middle Fork Rd is beautifully smooth hopefully it will. I did not feel that a TCU was needed for the route. Jul 24, 2017
rivercat Ledbetter
Snoqualmie, Washington
 
rivercat Ledbetter   Snoqualmie, Washington
 
the red-cedar tree belay ledge start to this climb now resides at the bottom of the cliff making the first few moves a little more critical. heads up. Jun 4, 2014
Frank Bush  
 
The TCU is highly recommended, by me at least. Falling without it on the roof/arete could be really bad news. Fantastic route. Delicate climbing in a beautiful setting. I might also recommend hiking to the top of Choirboy, the Butte that is Fee Demo wall. Gorgeous views of garfield, rainy creek and Preacher Mountain. An hour from the car. Mar 7, 2014