Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Benjamin Brooke on Sep 26, 2012
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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Pull left around the arete to a stance already 50 feet of the deck. Foot traverse left and move up to the base of a 4 inch OW crack. Climb the bolt protected crack (or bring big cams)making a tricky mantle to the top of a free standing pillar. Another tricky move leads to a piton and sustained jug hauling to an optional belay/rap at a tree. Continue past tree through cracks to the top another 20 feet. Making way to the high anchor of Bozeman Bullet. Its a fun route and has a few committing but well protected moves.


Same start as Bozeman Bullet. There is cord on a tree 3/4 of the way up the route. Optional belay. Rap same as Bozeman.


There is a fixed pin once you pull around the arete at the start. There are two bolts next to the OW crack. Large cams could be used instead BD #4,#5. Gear to #3 is useful. Another fixed pin after OW pinches shut.