Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: Eric Barrett, Bob Ordner, 2008
Page Views: 660 total · 8/month
Shared By: Bobby Hanson on Sep 11, 2012 with improvements by Nick Sweeney
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Description

Slabby face climb with lots of chickenheads.

The crux is getting to and moving past the first bolt. (I found it useful to place a small cam (3/8") in the flake to get to the first bolt.) It is easiest to start as for the Right route, then traverse left on big holds until you are below the first bolt then go up. Much easier than starting direct.

This climb is not bolted as fully as the other two routes on this face (but it is certainly bolted well enough). If you want more pro, there is an abundance of chickenheads that can be slung.

Location

The central sport route on the south face. 2-bolt anchor with rap rings shared with Highland Malt.

Protection

Many quickdraws, a small cam (optional), slung 'heads (optional).

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