Type: Trad, 110 ft (33 m)
FA: FFA Matt Spohn August 25, 2013 (FA Grunge Book Waynne Haack and Steve Strauch)
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Access Issue: CLOSURES: South and East Faces (NW & W Faces Remain Open) Details


Sky Fishermen is one if the best, most aesthetic lines in the Portland area. It has some of everything: dihedral, arête, face, and crack. The position, above Beacon Towers, is amazing! Begin up an open dihedral to get to a fixed nut.  A technical series of left hand underlings, arete slaps, and hip scums takes you to better holds and through three bolts. Then the crux; a desperate foot match and traverse to the arête out left (a bit heady). Keep it together through some wild slaps and a crazy cross to a good left hand edge. Then work back left via face moves and up through a little roof. Finally, commence up the most spectacular dihedral Oregon or Washington has to offer!


Just left of Borderline.


7 Bolts. Fixed stopper for the first piece.  Metolius cams #1 & 2 for the final dihedral.