Type: Trad, Sport, 420 ft (127 m), 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jesse Zacher on Mar 31, 2014
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Jesse Zacher, Monomaniac, Bradley Mark Edwards, Nick Reecy, Tyler KC, Jared LaVacque

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This is more of a variation that links probably a few routes. It is a fun adventure that gets you to the top of the wall.

P.1: 5.10. Do a similar start as Antlers On a Sunday. Instead of going out the left-trending roof, reach around to the right to gain a splitter crack that bypasses the roof. Take this to a ledge above which some bolts (3-4) appear trending right. This has super fun movement up the wavy great rock. Hit another ledge, and belay at a bolted anchor. (There is a variation of the bolted section that heads straight up instead of going right and shares the same anchors.) This is a long pitch and could be broken up into two.

P.2: 5.10+. From the ledge, head up the crack on the right side up sub-par rock. As you get higher, the quality of the rock increases. Layback a wide section, and head up to the base of the roof. From here, make a few awkward moves around the roof and either belay here or head up 20' higher to a better ledge.

P.3: 5.9+. Head up through a path or resistance. Easy ground is followed by a bushy, ramped crack. Once on a ledge, trend left slightly up a face climbing section to more ledgy terrain. Belay somewhere in here.

P.4: 5.7. Continue up broken an ledge filled terrain to the top.


Do the same start as Antlers On a Sunday.

Head to the top of Sweet Sunday Serenade and rap the route. You need two ropes for this.


Nuts, a double set of cams from C3s to #3, and one #4.