Type: Trad, 400 ft (121 m), 3 pitches
FA: Kelsey Gray, Shasta Miller, Nick Weicht
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Shared By: Nick Weicht on Jul 13, 2014
Admins: L. Von Dommelheimer, Jared LaVacque

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This climb starts on the right wall of a scramble gully across form Slapback.

P1 5.6 Start up a full rope lingth meaduring past small ledges and bushes. Protection is used as much for directional as it is to catch a fall. Climb to a good ledge and build an anchor.

P2 5.8 Pitch two climbs up and left on cracks and a slab across a small gully. Climb to the bottom of a large boulder that you will use as a shield in-case of falling rock on the crux pitch.

P3 5.10b This is what its all about. Scramble over some blocks and boulders to gain the base of an awesome head wall. Look for the overhanging crack 10 feet from the top and go for it. Top out and build an anchor off of trees on top of the cliff. Walk right to the main climbing area to find a rappel station ( bring extra webbing just in case)


This route is located 250' right of the approach trail. Look for a small gully next to Slapback and head up the right slab.


Gear to 3", Gear Anchors, Extenable Slings