Type: Sport, 155 ft (47 m)
FA: Ron Yahne, Travis Rypkema, and Vern Phinney
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Shared By: Wilson On The Drums on Dec 16, 2012 · Updates
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Best done as 1 full pitch (155ft), but it can be broken up in 2 using the mid route anchors. The climbing is sustained, but perfect for those looking to get into the 5.9 grade. I wouldn't say that there is a distinct crux... a little route finding goes a long way and trusting your feet is essential. If anything, going from the bolt before the mid route anchors to the bolt after the anchors is the crux. Great climbing on great features, get on it!


Park at the Horsethief Lake pull-off. Cross the street towards the guard rail, find the well defined trail and follow it 10-15 minutes. At some point you'll stop following the trail (the Primal Wall will be in sight) go down a steep hill, cross the creek, and work your way up to the wall. The start is just west (left) of the high point of the base hill.


13 bolts, mid rap anchors, and 1 optional gear placement down low before 1st bolt= 15 draws total. (gear placement down low could be anywhere from BD C4 0.4 to 2)