Type: Trad, 110 ft
FA: Steve Mabley and Jim Blakley
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Shared By: Lou Hibbard on Sep 1, 2013
Admins: Kris Gorny, chris tregge

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A hard start for the grade. Can cheat start to the right a few feet and cut back left on a ledge a few feet up. The direct start is the route, however. About 30 feet up, cut left on a fortuitous hand traverse, bushwack around some bushes, and follow a nice corner up and to the top.


Start about 20 feet left of Old Number Nine by two small trees with a discontinuous crack above leading to a small roof. Cut left at the roof and traverse below and around bushes. Easier to the top.


Adequate gear for leading to 3 ". Placing pro at the start will likely fill the best jams. Extra small gear. Extra slings.


Lou Hibbard
Eagan, MN
Lou Hibbard   Eagan, MN
The photo added by SeanFoster above I am fairly certain is Old Number Nine, not Sisyphus. May 25, 2015