Type: Trad, 170 ft (52 m), 2 pitches
FA: Carl Harrison (solo)
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Shared By: Robert Buswold on Jun 2, 2014 · Updates
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Start at a left-facing flake on top of the 5th class approach wall. Climb the flake to a textured wall with sparse protection, then ascend more left-facing flakes to a gnarled tree. There is a two bolt anchor here.

Continue up and left across a well-pocketed face, with few opportunities for protection, into a VERY TIGHT squeeze chimney. I'm a 32" waist and had to take my rack off and hang it between my legs to fit through. It was still pretty tight.


This is very low on the West Ridge. Take the Allosaur rappels down.


Small to medium size cams. I was able to get a #4 Camalot placement in on pitch 2.


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