Type: Trad, Alpine, 900 ft (273 m), 6 pitches, Grade III
FA: Maybe D. Haller and B. Collett, July 2013
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Shared By: Ben Collett on Jul 4, 2013
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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This is a fun route on good rock that with some nice exposure and a cool dihedral that composes the bulk of the route.

1) Follow nebulous ground for about 180 feet to a nice, grassy ledge, 5.6.

2) Climb a faint pillar feature to its top, and climb straight up to another nice ledge after 150 feet or so, 5.7.

3) Climb up from the ledge about 30 feet or so until below a steep wall with a couple of parallel, shallow dihedrals. Find some gear, and traverse left about 15 feet to a horizontal handcrack, place some gear and climb straight up to the bottom of a ramp. Follow the ramp up and right to the bottom of the prominent dihedral. Follow that until a nice ledge presents itself, 5.9 R, 150 feet.

4) Follow the dihedral for 190 feet with a difficult move at the end and belay below a wide crack and a series of handcrack roofs, 5.9.

5) Climb the wide crack and the two following roof cracks and a wee chimney to a belay above the chimney, below a left-facing dihedral and steep face, 5.9, 120 feet.

6) Get established on the face, place some gear, and traverse straight left until you are directly below the left side of the roof formed by the dihedral. Climb into the dihedral above you to the top of the wall, 5.10-, 70 feet.


This is located on the right side of the second buttress of the Seldom Seen Wall. On the approach, look for the really prominent dihedral on the upper half of the right side of the second buttress. You can't really see the dihedral from the base of the route. Start below the left side of a large ledge that is about a pitch up.


Standard rack with small cams for the last pitch and perhaps some large cams for the fifth pitch.