Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Alex Mitchell on Jun 9, 2013
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Description

Start using a bad undercling up to a large jug above the first bolt. The route slowly wonders to the right slightly and ends at chain anchors. You can lower through a gap in the trees without swinging back to the start.

Location

Located on the deception ledge. First route as you are coming across the ledge besides the two 5.13s.

Protection

9 Bolts

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Alex Mitchell
Phoenix, AZ
  5.10a
Alex Mitchell   Phoenix, AZ
  5.10a
For some reason someone left a piece of webbing hanging from the chains with a very rusted quick link hanging from it. The webbing is badly aged and needs to be cut off. If I had a knife I would have. Jun 10, 2013
geoff georges
Seattle, Wa.
  5.10a
geoff georges   Seattle, Wa.
  5.10a
Careful on this one, with the traversing nature and some tricky balancy moves near wider than average X38 bolt spacing. Dec 16, 2013
**Loose Rock!**

We climbed this one a few weeks back. The route is highly rated in the book, but did not appear to get a lot of traffic as it was quite dirty and full of spider webs. Also, my partner accidentally knocked off a head-sized rock that came flying down ~30 feet, barely missed me and split in half when it hit the ledge. The two smaller pieces then continued to fall onto the Iron Horse Trail where they almost hit two hikers below. Yikes! Please be careful and wear helmets!

Besides the loose rock and dirt, the route is fun, lots of good holds with only one tricky move 2/3 up the route. Some bolts are a bit run out for x38, but its solid climbing, if you are comfortable at the grade. There is a bolt for the belayer which is nice, because the ledge is quite small. May 10, 2015
Gabe O'Leary
Seattle, WA
  5.10b
Gabe O'Leary   Seattle, WA
  5.10b
The new Snoqualmie Rock book puts this at 10a/b, and this feels significantly harder to me that old Milwaukee road so I'd give it 10b at the very least. Jul 25, 2018