Avg: 2 from 1 vote
|Type:||Trad, 40 ft, Grade II|
|FA:||Will Leith, Matt Kahabka|
|Page Views:||321 total · 5/month|
|Shared By:||leithwj Leith on Sep 7, 2013|
Starts in a crack at the base of an arete, moves right up a slabby section to the right wall of a right facing corner 15' up. Two parallel finger-cracks provide the weakness for this headwall. There is a clump of birch trees that are suitable for a belay anchor to bring the second up. The trees ~15 feet back from the top of the climb, so it would be hard to top rope without a lot of extension. There is a fixed rappel located on a spruce tree to the left of the birch trees.
On the approach trail to the main face, this is the first corner that the amphitheater can be seen from. It is located approx. 70' to the R of "the chilller" (see adk rock). There is an obvious tree growing on the cliff at about the height of the final headwall.