Type: Trad, 180 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Paul Turecki, Kirsten Kremer
Page Views: 166 total · 3/month
Shared By: Nick Weicht on Aug 8, 2014
Admins: Jared LaVacque, L. Von Dommelheimer

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Description

P1. 5.9 Underachiever starts up the right trending dihedral on natural gear in a number of small cracks. Climb past small ledges and roofs to an anchor 80' high.
P2. 5.10c Continue out right avoiding the underclings. Pass through the corner with small cam placements and follow 9 bolts to the anchor. Do a double rope rappel to get down.
P2 Var. 5.10d From the anchor of pitch one climb straight up past a couple bulges on gear to reach a bolt higher up the wall. Cut right onto fun steaming to a the same anchor as the normal pitch two of this route. Use a double rope rappel to descend.

Location

This climb is located to the left of the classic sport route Higher Calling.

Protection

P1. Gear to 4 inches, maybe a couple doubles in the hand sizes. 1 Bolt+ 1 Bolt Chain Anchor
P2. 9 Bolts, Gear to 3.5 , 3 bolt tat anchor.
P2. Var. 5 Bolts, Gear to 1", 2 Bolt Chain Anchor

Photos

L. Von Dommelheimer
Anchorage
 
L. Von Dommelheimer   Anchorage  
 
Gear to 2 inches? Really? lots of room for gear to 4 inches. Both pitches are a little loose, and the second pitch might be harder for those of a shorter persuasion. Oct 12, 2015
C. Williams
the Climber Cave
 
C. Williams   the Climber Cave
 
Watch the spooky flake at the beginning of the 10c pitch. Squeeze around the arĂȘte after the third bolt to find more gear and watch the rope drag. Oct 12, 2015
L. Von Dommelheimer
Anchorage
 
L. Von Dommelheimer   Anchorage  
 
line on the photo is very wrong. Don't be fooled the first pitch stays on the ramp. May 13, 2018