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|Type:||Trad, Sport, 350 ft (106 m), 2 pitches|
|FA:||Rusty Baillie, 1987|
|Page Views:||1,974 total · 21/month|
|Shared By:||Walt Barker on May 26, 2013|
|Admins:||Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Brian Boyd|
Pitch 1: The steepest climbing and hardest moves occur in the first 60 feet. Clip bolts up a steepening face and over two large horizontal cracks, passing a set of optional belay anchors midway. There are several options for placing cammiing devices or stoppers on the lower part of the pitch. Belay at a second set of anchors.
Pitch 2: Clip bolts up more mellow terrain than the previous pitch. Clip an old fixed pin and two more bolts then angle up and left to find the belay/rappel anchors at a shelf.
Descent: If looking down the face, rappel into the gully on the right on two 60 meter ropes, or walk off on the slabs to the left. For the rappel, descend past the very large ponderosa pine, being careful not to dislodge loose rocks at its base. 50 feet below the tree, down-climb easy terrain to finish the descent. A second rappel can be set up on the tree if desired, avoiding the down-climbing. 10-12 feet of webbing and a rap-ring may come in handy.