Type: Trad, 165 ft (50 m), 2 pitches
FA: Josh Smith, Jason Halladay
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Shared By: Josh Smith on Oct 29, 2013 · Updates
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The most obvious clean dihedral on the upper wall. Good as a reference point. Pitch 1 is fun fingers and hands (5.10). Belay on a big ledge about 70 feet up. P2 is an amazing stretch of stemming and thin climbing (5.11+).

Location Suggest change

About a third of the way down the upper wall. The most obvious clean dihedral on this wall.

Protection Suggest change

P1 takes finger to hand sizes. P2 #3s useful. P2: 2 or 3 each 0.4 to #2. One #3 useful for just below the single bolt. Possible to place good medium nuts.

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