Type: Sport, TR, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Dan Greenwald, 2011
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Shared By: Laura Fremgen on May 6, 2013 · Updates
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Climbs the south face of The Prow formation. Start five feet left of The Prow and climb corner to 2nd bolt, then follow up nice red face.


This dihedral is the left (SW) next-door neighbor to The Prow route, nearly sharing an arête at the top. To approach, park at the shore of the Old Stagecoach Road (due N of the bridge, along the W side of the river) and briefly hike upstream (NE) (trail is well-traveled and visible), finding the first switchback (also well-beaten) to the base of the rock. This hike is likely not much more than 100 footsteps. 


Five bolts lead to dual chain anchors. Once toproped, the overhang between bolt five and chains causes minor rope drag without a runner.