Type: Sport, 300 ft, 4 pitches, Grade II
FA: Jeff Thomson & David McKie (2009)
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Shared By: Benjamin Chapman on Jul 22, 2014
Admins: Nate Ball, Kate Lynn

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P1 - Paddle up the mossy and gritty slab to an anchor on a vegetated shelf.
P2 - Work up on the glassy smooth slab to the right end of a ramp-like feature below a headwall. Pull the awkward headwall and continue up and left through a gap in the vegetation to the anchor, in the middle of an expansive slab.
P3 - Continue up the slab and pull over a short, vertical wall on bouldery moves.
P4 - Pull through a low crux and paddle up the slab to the anchors, at the top of the cliff.


Right side of the AMO Wall. 50 feet left (north) of "A Balancing Act."


Bolts & chain anchors (P1 - 5 bolts, P2 - 7 bolts, P3 - 4 bolts, P4 - 7 bolts).


Mark Roberts
Vancouver, BC
Mark Roberts   Vancouver, BC
It's pretty logical to link the 3rd and 4th pitches, but we pitched out the first two because there's a ledge not too far from the p2 crux.

P2 is pretty cool. Very sequency crux, but engaging throughout. Jun 27, 2018