Type: Trad, Aid, 2000 ft, 15 pitches, Grade V
FA: Stein Ivar Gravdahl/Trym Atle Sæland 1997
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Shared By: Ian Hanson on Apr 18, 2013
Admins: Michael Sullivan, Phil Lauffen

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The wall is so steep that it is theoretically possible to stay dry during rainy weather after the 4th pitch. Characterized by steep and traversing pitches.


The following was used during the first ascent: Copperheads, aluheads, circleheads, birdbeaks, expansion bolts, skyhooks, bathooks, Lowe Balls, and a portaledge.
Remember to bring at least one long runner to guide the rope around ledge during the crux pitch. Water can usually be found unless there has been a dry spell.


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