Type: Sport, 45 ft
FA: Jim Yoder, Lucky Gibson, Sept. 2000
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Shared By: geoff georges on Feb 10, 2014
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Boulder start, sloper holds, fun lay-back pull around corner and open book at top.
A bit PG rated for pulling up to ledge, ground fall potential.


right of Camazonia, left of Black Belt.


5 bolts, chain anchor


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Tiffany Samson
Seattle, WA
Tiffany Samson   Seattle, WA
This route is fun b/c it's varied. I recommend stick clipping first bolt as it’s a boulder start and it starts on top of rocks. I felt like this was the crux of the climb. Bomber first hold on the right. Getting to the 2nd bolt is fine. Clipping the 3rd bolt is really awkward using a pincher or sloper hold. Downclimb and move out right. Use big sidepull to sidepull to great ledge. Catch your breath. For the 4th bolt above the ledge, use an alpine draw b/c a regular quickdraw might sit on the edge of the rock and cause the gate to open (although I think this will only happen after clipping the 5th bolt). Great resting on the ledge. Then in the open book clip the last bolt getting feet up a bit. The crack is unnecessary, even though it looks cool. Then move over left on seemingly untouched rock that is high friction with easy climbing to the anchor. This was harder and more physical than 5.11a Killer Lob. However, it is a chossy route that doesn't get climbed much; loose rock will rain down on the belayer. Neither my partner nor I thought there was decking potential at the 3rd bolt as the book & description above states. Oct 8, 2018