Type: Trad, 150 ft, 2 pitches
FA: 2007 - Eric Beyeler and Rob Holzman
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Shared By: Kyle Stapp on Jun 8, 2013
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC

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A wonderfully fun climb. The second pitch is the "money" pitch for sure.

P1 - climb straight up (make your way up) to a two bolted belay that sits just below the overhanging rock.

P2 - you start immediately pulling the first overhang (protected by a bolt) and climb straight up through two vertical sections to the top. There is a large evergreen +/-15ft back from the cliffs edge (probably slung with webbing but don't count on it!) to belay and rappel from.

Use your best judgement for the descent. 1 60m won't make it in one rapp. Use the bolted belay as a second rappel point. Two 60m will make it in one rapp.


Just past (farther up the trail/base) the Pyramid Formation area. The start is at a "flat arch shaped face" and goes straight up.


Standard rack. Depending on your start it can take on a PG-13 rating. The start of the second pitch, the first overhang is protected by a well placed bolt. There are trees to sling on the first pitch if you'd like.