Avg: 2 from 3 votes
|Type:||Trad, 180 ft, 2 pitches|
|Page Views:||172 total, 4/month|
|Shared By:||Larry S on Jun 2, 2014|
DescriptionP1. Start up some easy terrain, passing a bulge/small roof on the right and heading up to a second, larger roof, with two knifeblade pitons (Optional belay). Pass the roof on the left, Then make your way right to the corner at the top of a short slab under another large roof (slightly difficult route finding & gear). Semi-hanging belay here on medium-small gear.
P2. Move up the steep corner on good holds and good gear. Once esablished under the next (largest) roof, traverse left around the point (Note 1) and belay at the Corkscrew Cedar.
Note 1 - The point is very sharp at hand-level, where it meets the crack your hands and gear are in, be sure to run your rope UNDER the point as you round the corner, not over it or thru the crack.
Descend via double rope rap from the cedar. Very airy rappel.