Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: FA: John Kravetz & Tim VanCamp (1976)
Page Views: 267 total · 5/month
Shared By: Dan Bachen on Aug 3, 2014 with updates from Matt Wenger
Admins: grk10vq, Zach Wahrer

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Description

A good and probably often overlooked canyon moderate. Climbing is mostly 5.6-5.7 with one fun section of 5.8 roof. Start in a right facing corner, move up through a cruxy bulge using face holds and a finger crack to gain a ledge below the roof. Pull the large roof using a hand crack and good foot holds then romp up the corner to the top of the buttress.

Location

This route starts at the toe of the first buttress

Protection

Standard canyon rack

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Matt Wenger
Bozeman
 
Matt Wenger   Bozeman
 
Watch for chossy broken loose rock on the left wall. I was leading up this, and no joke, as I was uttering the words "Man, there's some loose stuff here, hope none of these holds brea-!!" Took about a 10-12' grounder. Roof is awesome! Bomber pro too. Bring some tiny cams for a small section above the roof. Mar 27, 2017