Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 3 pitches
FA: Paul Ross, Joe Cote. June 17, 1973
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Shared By: Katelyn Flick on Jun 10, 2014 · Updates
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan S, Robert Hall

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A fun, meandering line for which the Cake Walk Wall is named.

Pitch 1 (5.6): Start up the corner to a right facing finger crack. Pull up left over the bulge for easy slab climbing to a tree ledge.

Pitch 2 (5.6+): Traverse right across the ledge and move up to the left leaning flake. Trend right and thread the pocket to the belay ledge at a headwall. 2 bolt anchor.

Pitch 3 (5.7): Traverse left along the belay ledge to a vegetated finger crack in a right facing, blocky corner. Carefully pull up over the top of the block to a pine tree ledge. Delicate slab climbing on dirty rock leads to the tree belay with rap rings. [NOTE: See COMMENTs about P3 R.Hall ]

Location Suggest change

The left most climb on the Cake Walk Wall. Starts at the top of the approach trail to the left of the bolts for A Piece of Cake.

Protection Suggest change

Standard rack to #4. Rap twice with double ropes. A single 70m will just make it.