Type: Trad, Alpine, 750 ft (227 m), 5 pitches, Grade III
FA: Nate Greenberg, Jim Barnes. July, 2013
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Shared By: JimmyB on Jul 22, 2014
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This fun line is immediately left of The Dihedral Route. It climbs the corners and cracks up to and through the Triangle Roof.

P1: A short but challenging start up a right facing corner. 65’ 5.10-
P2: Climb thin seams up to base of big right facing corner. 140’ 5.10-
P3. Move right across face into left facing corner. Continue up corner to ledge below the Triangle Roof. 130’ 5.10-
P4: Jam up perfect hand to the Triangle Roof.Exit thru apex of roof and continue up to a stance. 5.9
P5: Follow cracks to top.


This is the middle of three climbs that leave from this ledge/ alcove. It starts 20’ left of Dihedral Route in a right facing corner.

The descent is a quick walk off. Head straight back to the south, then traverse west towards the obvious sandy couloir, which will wrap you back around to the base. 


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