Type: Trad, 40 ft (12 m)
FA: Chris Kreutzer with support from Szymon Sojka, Kristie Miles, Alexa Rosenbloom and Brian Keaveny 9/14/14
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Shared By: Chris Kreutzer on Sep 14, 2014
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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This route starts by climbs a number of blocky steps while making use of a few horizontal cracks and medium sized crimps for hand. The crux is the first twelve to fourteen feet as one works up to a clean and deep horizontal crack. This crack is the first opportunity for good gear placement. The reminder of the route is still fairly sustained, but slightly easer that the initial crux moves. The top out is at a significantly sized tree that can be used for a top rope anchor or to rappel from.


Walking Eastward along the base of the cliff from Hyperspace one will begin walking up hill. At the top of the hill will be the first of a series of small and steep prows. This rout is located on the edge of the South facing aspect of the first prow and is just to the right of a tree that hugs the cliff.


There are only ~4 places that will take gear and with acceptation of the horizontal crack ~15 feet off the ground placements can be hard to spot. Most gear placements are small, but clean pockets in the seams of the rock. It takes BD size 0-.75, one of each.