Type: Trad, TR, 110 ft
FA: Dawn and Jesse Cirillo. Initial development by Dave Repnik.
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Shared By: J.Cirillo Cirillo on Aug 24, 2014
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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This unassuming route contains fun climbing for the grade. Start up a right facing chimney and continue up and left onto some large square blocks. Once standing on top of the blocks continue up a series of small cracks. A bolt protects the crux of the route on the upper slab. There is a large tree conveniently located at the top of the route for setting up anchors.


To the right of Smiley Kylee.


Single rack to 1".


Jacob Smith
Seattle, WA
Jacob Smith   Seattle, WA
Bit of a mental crux a the beginning of the thin crack section, stepping out over the chimney you just climbed up with some very small pro. Might be the physical crux too in my opinion, the face climbing above the bolt was fun but easy with all the mini jugs. The lower section might also be a little height dependent, I know I had a much easier time of it than my partner because I could reach the finger crack better than she could. All in all a surprisingly good route. Jul 26, 2015
Nate Redon
Seattle, WA
Nate Redon   Seattle, WA
I'd recommend approaching via Banana Hammock for some extra fun, great route. May 7, 2016