Type: Boulder, 30 ft (9 m)
FA: Alex Krampovitis
Page Views: 571 total · 7/month
Shared By: FooDawg on Jan 20, 2014
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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The line follows some decent, grippy holds and high feet, to an obvious horizontal crack. This is where the crux is, from the crack, you need to paste feet high on the wall and commit to two small crimps, until you make it to the right facing flake, from there it's easy street, with all positive holds, over the round lip. Suggest you either TR or practice the moves on TR before making an attempt.

Video of the original ascent (wide angle of the GoPro does the height of this line no justice; it's very high):


From the Granite St parking lot, make your way down the green trail towards fern gully (right at trail T, cross the two bridges, cross the swampy road/river crossing), then follow the band down until you reach the really high slab walls. It is the obvious, scrubbed line/holds on the wall.


Bring at least 3-4 pads lol. I guess you could use some gear to protect the crux if you want in the horizontal, but the original line was a solo, so honestly I don't have any beta on piece sizes (plus this rock tends to be pebbly and kitty litter like consistency, so be careful trusting gear).