Type: Trad, 140 ft (42 m), 2 pitches
FA: Loran Smith & Joshua Corbett July 26, 2012
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Shared By: Edge on Jul 26, 2012 · Updates
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Takes a surprisingly easy line directly through the center of the large roof feature on the far right of the cliff. Should become a popular beginner route as it is now thoroughly cleaned, has great protection, and exciting moves on big holds.

P1: From the beech tree at the start of Rona's Roof, face climb straight up (fixed pin on left) then passing climbers right of a small tree, then directly up to a stance under the large roof. Place pro and fire over the roof on huge holds to an easy, broken slab. Pine tree belay with fixed rap station. 70', 5.6

P2: Continue straight up the broken slab to a shared 2-bolt anchor atop Trifecta. 50', 5.5


Starts as for Rona's Roof, on a sloping ledge behind a beech tree, and directly under the notch in the long roof above. 


Trad rack to 2 1/2" cams; one fixed pin to protect the start.  Bolted anchors atop pitch 2; a single 70 meter rope will just get you down. Great gear all the way.