Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Alain Hénault (1972) FFA: Jeff Beaulieu (October 11, 2004)
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This was one of the last aid route at Mont King (C2) (Rikiki is still around), it finally went free!
As with another route on Moss Cliff, this is one of the only full trad 5.14 route in the east.
Start up the obvious white and black streaked finger crack on the right of the ampitheatre, follow the crack traversing left into the roof and finish on easier ground as it gets back to vertical.

There's an intermediate belay under the roof if you need to back off or work on the roof part.

Please keep it to clean aid gear if you head up with your etriers.


Last roofs on the right end of the section, look for the white and black streaks emanating from a tiny splitter crack.


Clean aid gear from mid-size nuts, triple up on the .4 to .75 & add large cams (BD #4+) for the top.