Type: Trad, Alpine, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Ken & Marsha Trout
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Shared By: Ken Trout on Mar 17, 2013
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Hike down from the road along the top of the slabs. A few cairns exist to mark the path. Use the photo to find the anchor bolt panel.

Approach is best via a 30 meter rappel to a hanging belay. The anchors are easy and safe to reach, just below some tall boulders; about 15 feet above the last real moves.

Getting to the belay is not too bad from the bottom; 5.6 maybe.


See the photo =>


One of everything, or less, up to #3 cams. There are a few bolts, especially up high, but this is a gear route with a good variety of placements between protection bolts. Before the last bolt, a rightward dodge can save you from the final crumbling face holds.