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|Type:||Trad, Alpine, 700 ft (212 m), 6 pitches|
|FA:||James Weger, Greg Vernon, Mike Baca, & Tom Jeter (07-87)|
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|Shared By:||Eric "Pig" Varley on Aug 12, 2013|
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With a 70m rope, pitches 1 and 2, and 3 and 4 can be easily linked.
Pitch 1 (5.10a, 4 bolts): Start up a short right facing feature to the first bolt 20-25 feet off the ground. Continue up small holds and friction moves to a 2 bolt anchor.
Pitch 2 (5.10a, 5 bolts): Follow the black streak up the face. This pitch starts at about 5.8 and gradually increases in difficulty. Ends at a large ledge with a 2 bolt anchor
Pitch 3 (5.10b/c, 1 bolt + pro): Move up to a higher ledge and clip the first and only bolt. Feet and hand holds begin to disappear as you approach obvious crux of the route. Be aware that the leader can hit the small ledge below the first bolt if they blow the moves. Once past the crux, it becomes a jug fest to the next anchor. Note: there is a 5.8 escape traverse to the left after the 1st bolt if the crux moves prove difficult. Ends on top of the roof/flake system at a 2 bolt anchor.
Pitch 4 (5.10a, 4 bolts): Continue following the black streak. This is the most sustained pitch of the climb. Stay aware of your foot holds and be prepared for a few hand-foot matches and single leg presses. Ends at a 2 bolt anchor
Pitch 5 (5.8, all pro): A few moderate slab moves bring you to the typical Power Dome solution pockets. Bring your tricams and look out for sling throughs. Ends a 2 bolt anchor.
Pitch 6 (5.7, all pro): The dome begins to curve off to an easier angle. Continue following the solution pockets to the top. A natural anchor is required at the top (pro from 0.5-2")