Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Rich Pleiss, Gene Genay
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Shared By: Kristen Rowe on Jun 11, 2012
Admins: Andy Weinmann

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#1 Climb up the blocky ground left of the huge corner to gain the cracks and flakes. Crank the steep terrain up into a chimney of sorts.  Move up and step left onto a good ledge with a tree (optional belay).  Continue up and then right on questionable rock to a short corner below a slab. Move up (pulling on the rhododendron if necessary), get on slab, and step right to the Fear of Flying anchors.  

Use extreme caution in the area above the optional tree belay.  There is loose rock and the quality of the rock overall is much poorer than below.  Some bushwhacking and rhododendron fighting is necessary to step over onto the rap ledge above Fear of Flying.


This route starts about 15-20 feet left of Fear of Flying.


Standard Seneca rack


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