Type: Sport, 430 ft (130 m), 5 pitches
FA: Alain Dallaire and George Kokuryo - July 2012
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Shared By: Alex Weber on Sep 4, 2014
Admins: Braden Batsford, John Serjeantson

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Pitch 1: Consistent 5.9 slab climbing with fairly close together bolts. 31m and 10bolts.
Pitch 2: 25m of more 5.9 slab climbing. 6 bolts.
Pitch 3: 5.10a begins. Stay to your left of the first three bolts, as some of the rock on the right may be loose. After the third bolt you reach the crux. 27m, 7 bolts.
Pitch 4: More 5.10a slab climbing for 28m. The fifth bolt provides you with two options: stay left and reach around for the bolt up an easy crack, or be brave and climb straight through the bolt on scary slab.
Pitch 5: 20m of 5.9. Pretty simple climbing until you reach the lip before the anchor. 4 bolts.

Location Suggest change

Left of Soleil de Soiree

Protection Suggest change

Well placed bolts with rap rings at belay/rap stations.

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