Type: Sport, Alpine, 190 ft (58 m), 2 pitches, Grade II
FA: Cory Berkebile and Thaddeus Labrum
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Shared By: Cory Berkebile on Jan 13, 2012
Admins: Eric Bluemn, Mike Engle

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The route follows a prominant prow up the wall.
P1 = It starts with smooth low angle climbing for 10' and then steepens and passes a tree/shrub on the right 45'. The rock gets broken and a little loose for about 10' as the route traveses slightly left towards another shrub. Climb over the buldge and straight up onto perfect smooth limestone until the Anchors and a small foot ledge.(70-80ft)

P2 = Climb up and right around the prow to a left facing crack up a dihederal. Go right past the crack and climb the clean face up and right through a shallow groove to the anchors.(90ft)

rap the route


Walk north past the Chuck Chuck route up a small hill when you crest the hill you will see a prow where the cliff band makes a bend to the east. Walk to the base of it and look for bolts.


50m rope or longer
10 to 12 draws