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Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: D. Cann, A. Lechner - 2010
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Shared By: Mark van Eijk on Apr 26, 2013
Admins: Kate Lynn

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This route is a real blast and is impressively steep for the grade in Squamish as the final 2/3 are just beyond vertical. The route starts up a divot to the right of the main bolt-line, ending in a prominent ledge. The initial moves lead to an insecure crux above the second bolt (some potential for a nasty fall here)before traversing left past a tree to the base of the steep headwall. From here the difficulties relax considerably as you enjoy jug-hauling up the remaining 50 feet.


next route immediately past the fallen log


10 bolts to chain anchors. The spacing between the last bolts and the anchor is substantial, but you could hardly ask for better holds


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