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|Type:||Trad, 160 ft (48 m)|
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|Shared By:||Tom Caldwell on Dec 27, 2013 · Updates|
|Admins:||Tom Caldwell, Steve Lineberry|
Begin at the obvious slab ramp and crack that rises up and left plugging gear as you go. Follow this to the large block and surmount the roof feature. Get some crucial gear here before making the funky standup on the flake. It helps to place a large piece out left to protect a fall here. This will keep you out of danger of hitting the block in the event of a fall. The next part is the thriller (9R), be sure to bring your brush. Find the good holds and give them a solid brush. Make the insecure moves up onto the bulge. Once your standing on the holds, ease your mind and make a few more moves to the bolt. The next section is fun and sustained sloper climbing on much cleaner holds. Make a run to gain a slabby ledge. Plug some more gear before climbing the easy slab to the last bolt. Clip the last bolt and choose your path up the slab. Left or right (easier) are best, going straight up probably adds a number grade or two. Gain a series of slab ledges with bolts.