Type: Trad, 150 ft, 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Rob Rives on Sep 24, 2012
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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P1 - Start as for Boardwalk, climbing straight up to the low set of rappel anchors. From here, head straight up and bypass the roof on the right, climbing either the large corner above or (more fun and less dirty) the face directly right of the large corner. Belay on healthy ledge.

P2 - Head straight up through large and completely detached blocks. Be careful, pull lightly! Escape left through a hole and traverse left to the Broach anchors.

Logistically, this route is easier to run into a single pitch. Be smart with your rope management.


Locate the large corner on the left of Boardwalk's face. That's your target!


Standard rack.


Stuart Parker
Missoula, MT
Stuart Parker   Missoula, MT
This climb is fantastic! I would go as far as to call it a classic! If for nothing else, do it for the worm hole! Aug 29, 2013
Curtis Baird
Johnson City, TN
Curtis Baird   Johnson City, TN
This route is a classic in my book. Once you get above the rap anchors the route is fantastic. Basically follow the corner all the way to the roof then move through the wormhole on the left. This route has some detached blocks so be careful. This route is underrated!!!!! Jan 11, 2015