Type: Sport, 250 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Justin Talbot and Reuben Lewis, 2010
Page Views: 149 total · 3/month
Shared By: Justin Talbot on Jul 3, 2014
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Ten draws are needed for this fun, bolt protected route that can be broken into three short pitches. There are good coffee table-sized belay ledges.

P1. .10b, 70'. This is nice climbing out an arch to a corner.

P2. .10d, 90'. This is pumpy climbing on good edges.

P3. .10b, 60'. Climb left onto the face at the last bolt (.10b) or balance straight up the corner (.11b).

Rap the route with one 60m rope.




Dougald MacDonald  
Quite the adventure for three sport pitches. We both thought the first pitch might be 5.11: unless we both missed several big holds, there's no way it's 10b. It's possible to skirt the crux of the second pitch by following the last two bolts of the variation to the right, but this is still 5.10, and it's probably much better to climb straight up. Climbing straight up the final corner on the third pitch until a hard step left above the final bolt seems like the only obvious way to go and felt like 5.11 to us.
Jul 5, 2015