Type: Sport, 75 ft
FA: Kelly Cordner, with Derik Olson
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Shared By: Amber Yust on May 15, 2012
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Access Issue: Bridges Out! IMPORTANT LADWP NEGOTIATIONS!! Details


Starts at the corner on the left side of the wall and then continues straight up the face when the ridge veers off to the left. Fairly big holds with a little quirkiness near the top.


just left of High Seas


8 bolts


Amber Yust
Amber Yust  
Seems to be fairly new - not in the 2005 edition of Marty's guidebook, and no one in our group remembered seeing it last time they were at the Gorge. If anyone knows more about it, speak up! May 15, 2012
All of the bolts have solid clipping stances. This is a good route to learn how to sport lead. May 15, 2012
Alex Bury
Ojai, CA
Alex Bury   Ojai, CA
If Im not mistaken, the FA goes to Derik Olson et al. Sep 16, 2013
Amber Yust
Amber Yust  
Thanks for the info, Alexander - I've updated the route info. Nov 5, 2013
Amber Yust
Amber Yust  
Kelly Cordner contacted me via email to mention that they drilled the route and to provide its proper name and FA info. I've updated the entry. Dec 27, 2013
Fun challenging climb. Hardest section I think was after the 2nd bolt and then just as you reach the top. Pumpy. Is it me or is it slightly inverted? Sep 25, 2015
Be careful! Large very loose block at the top left of the chains. Nov 6, 2015
MisterE Wolfe
Bishop, CA
MisterE Wolfe   Bishop, CA
Replaced the "industrial" gated hooks with new Mussy Hooks today.

Also, replaced the old quick-links with new plated, tested ones from France.

Thanks to the ASCA for the hardware! May 5, 2016
Nice addition. Nov 23, 2017