Type: Trad, 150 ft (45 m), 2 pitches
FA: Dick Williams
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Shared By: Aaron Moskowitz on Sep 3, 2013
Admins: Morgan Patterson, RJ B

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Description Suggest change

P1) Climb the right facing feature and pull an easy roof to a dirty overgrown ledge. Head up to an obvious left pointing flake. Diagonal rightish before traversing left for obvious crack you can see from the ground. This crack is capped by a roof/crux. Again, pull this dirty roof (maybe just right of the crack). The pitch ends on a ledge with a small tree, there is no rap station as of Sept, 2013.

P2) Go straight up through the lichen. There is a left-facing flake feature and a piton you can look for. Grey Dick says there is a bolted belay, but there is not. Continue to the GT ledge and belay.

You can rap Maria's bolted stations. Both pitches can be combined easily.

Location Suggest change

This route is just right of the Maria corner. To start, look right from the thin crack of Maria Redirect to find an obvious right-arching feature leading to a shallow roof about 10ft up. Look up higher for the vertical crack leading to the crux roof. The route is dirty and covered in lichen up high, but it does exist.

Protection Suggest change

Old rusty pitons here and there. Standard rack is fine, but the route is run out and wanders. Bring extra slings.


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