Type: Trad, 150 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Danti Leaonardi, Ken Staufer July 1979
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Shared By: Chad Wagner on Sep 1, 2012 with updates from Chris Chaney
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wes calkins  
 
The first pitch is really good! Ends at a set of bolts. Bring the big gear. 2 #4's and a #5 will make you happy about life. Strenuous and maybe more so if you don't have good wide crack technique. Mar 13, 2013
bpezan  
great route. the first pitch is phenomenal, but the second pitch shouldn't be overlooked either. you might even want to bring a second #5 for the crack. the blocks at the beginning of the second pitch are not as sketchy as they look. we built a gear anchor at the top of the roof before skirting around to the rappel tree, which looks to be dead but held up for the three of us. Oct 13, 2015
Mike Wilkinson
Lexington, KY
 
Mike Wilkinson   Lexington, KY
 
Sent this second go, once I loaded up on 3s and 4s. Took a couple 5s for the last section as well. Fun climb. Dec 1, 2017