Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tom Hanson on Mar 12, 2012 with updates from Tommy Copeland
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures Details


This is a fun route.

Per Tommy Copeland: you can lead or toprope it. This route has two 2-bolt anchors: one on top and one on a ledge just below (you can scramble down to this by going over the left and down in between the wall and a large separated block). You get smooth climbing up until the crux at a large flake you can use for footholds. I suggest using the bottom set of bolts to prevent your anchor rubbing on the rock.


It is the farthest right of Dungeon routes on a west-facing wall next to blocky downclimb.


Four bolts to an anchor.


There are two sets of anchors on this climb, neither have chains. I didn't like the downclimb scramble, we rapped off of Lichen the Old Country instead. Mar 13, 2017
Brother Numsie
Brother Numsie   Nepal
The lower set had quicklinks at one time. I'll probably replace them sometime this summer. May 20, 2017
Bobby Hebel
New London, WI / Plattevill…
Bobby Hebel   New London, WI / Plattevill…
Had two high school/college kids try to make off with our two draws at the lower anchors, they must've downclimbed to get them. They seemed innocent, but I knew their true purpose was to gain a useless souvenir.
Beware the Quickdraw Bandits! Sep 5, 2017