Type: Trad, 360 ft (109 m), 4 pitches
FA: FRA: Brad White & Matt Peer Summer 2011
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P1 – Start at the toe of rock. Climb the left clean streak straight up using small trees on the left for protection to a small thin left diagonaling flake. Protect in the flake (protection difficult) with small cams (Yellow C-3 #2) and small nuts. Layback the flake and then follow just right of the arête of the Old Route groove until you can step left to a two bolt anchor on the left side of a large white flake system. 80’ 5.8 PG 13

Var. Climb the first pitch of Old Route 5.4 to the same anchor.

P2 – Step left and follow seven bolts (crux near 2nd bolt) to a right facing flake (gear) that passes through the break in the large overlap. Step left to a small stance with a two bolt anchor. 5.9 110’

P3 – Climb the large left facing groove on the right to its top at short twin finger cracks. Climb the left finger crack, then straight up through small overlaps for 40’ curving right to the large pine tree belay 5.5 110’

P4 – Climb straight up directly behind the pine tree past a troublesome overlap at 25’ to a small tree clump. Belay at a two bolt anchor on the left side of the ledge. 5.9 60’
FRA - Brad White and Matt Peer Summer 2011

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