Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: APT, SRK '04
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Shared By: Eric Sophiea on Feb 16, 2014
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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I called this a "trad" route because there is a significant runout from the last bolt to the chains (on very easy ground) that is protect-able with a nut or cam. Without that gear, there is potential for a possible ground-fall; however a confident 5.9 leader may safely choose to skip this nut placement.

Crux comes just as you pass the first bolt and is well protected. Fun climbing up the corner to easier ground above. 3 or 4 bolts to long runout to chains. Though the runout is on very easy ground, there is a crack that takes finger-sized nuts so you might as well stick one in there. Shares chains with Input (right) and Branch Breaker (left).


Starts just right of a dead/burnt tree; climbing an obvious corner on the right side of Brickyard wall (first wall that the trail hits).


3 or 4 bolts and a medium (.75" to 1") nut or offset nut. Chains to rappel (shared with climbs to the right and left).