Type: Trad, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: David Young and Jim Corbett 1996
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Shared By: Tom Caldwell on Jul 23, 2012 · Updates
Admins: Ky Bishop, Steve Lineberry, Aaron Parlier

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An adventure into dirt and choss. Beware of bad rock on this route. The upper seams stay wet for a while after a rain and many of the good jams can be covered in mud.

Start below a right facing corner. You will notice three bolts in this clean beginning section. Start up the face to the first bolt before getting into the corner. Get some small gear into the corner before getting to the next bolt. Make the tricky move (crux) to get to the third bolt. Head up the face placing gear in bomber horizontals. Once at the large ledge, head 10' to the right to get below the seams. Plug nuts and small cams up the dirty and difficult seams. Once the seams run out, follow a few horizontals to the ledge with the bolted anchor.

Location Suggest change

This route lies somewhere in the middle of the Catwalk. It is an obvious right facing corner with three bolts low. If you have to duck under a large roof on the trail, you went too far.

Protection Suggest change

3 bolts, small cams to #3 camalot, and nuts. Rappel from cord with a quicklink. A 60m will get you down.

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