Type: Trad, 390 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Bernie Lyons 1961
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Shared By: MAR on Apr 27, 2014

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Start on the left buttress (~10 ft right of the edge) and climb up past flakes to the main slab. Move up and pass a brushy ledge. Stop ~40m up at a semi-hanging belay near a flake (level with a large brushy ledge to the right...Junglescope ledge). Pitch 2 continues right past the flake and then moves straight up on nice clean slab past a line of vegetation on the left. Pass an overlap on the left and belay below a thin crack (also ~ 40m). Pitch 3 goes up the thin crack. When the crack ends traverse left to the edge of the arete. Follow the arete to the top (~50m). The crux is probably route finding ;).


Trad pro. Mostly nuts and some cams. A 3.5 was nice for the overlap on pitch 2. Bring lots of slings to reduce rope drag. Note that there is a variant to pitch 1 with a carrot bolt, so a bolt plate and a quickdraw wouldn't be amiss.


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