Type: Sport, 75 ft (23 m)
FA: Kevin Worrall, George Hoover
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Shared By: SCherry on Feb 19, 2013
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Climbs amazing orange/brown rock up the right side of the beautiful deep orange wall beaming at the top right side of the "Right Wall". This whole wall is perhaps the best chunk of stone in the area.

There are now 4 routes on this wall with the addition of "Boots on the Ground" and "Bait and Switch". "Mission George" is the original line on the wall and is listed in the ACSD topo.

Begins from a 2-bolt anchor on the far right side of a large ledge system that follows the base of this wall.

Locate a crack system in a left facing corner just above the anchors. Clip the first bolt using this crack. (Note: there is an unknown route that shares the first and last bolt and traverses left from the crack at the start) Negotiate a tricky crack crux, and pull up into a stance. Continue following the crack until you can pull up and onto a slab. Move left into a final tricky stem sequence in a corner and up to anchors at the very top of the wall.


This route climbs incredible rock on a wall on the far right side of Eagle Peak. This wall/section is located to to the right of the route "Lucky Stars" and above and right of the route "White Arete". You can access it by rappel from the top, or climb up and right 50 feet from the anchors on "White Arete". All climbs start from the same ledge with a set of bolt anchors on the left for "Boots on the Ground" and "Bait and Switch" and bolt anchors on the right for "Mission George" and an unknown route. Top out or rappel down.


8 bolts; 2-bolt anchor (no rings)


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