Type: Trad, 180 ft (55 m), 3 pitches
FA: Steve and Bob Cradock
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Shared By: Howard on Oct 8, 2014 · Updates
Admins: Nate Ball

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Mostly a jug haul as obvious as can be, but the escapable chimney section may be deceivingly hard for the unsuspecting fledging leader.
P1: 5.3, 70 feet. Follow crack or left side up to natural belay ledge with bolts sans plaque.
P2: 5.2, 80 feet. Move right and follow the obvious holds until the chimney.
P3: 5.4, 30 feet. Climb the chimney a few moves, moving left onto the adjacent jug haul face thereafter. (Or stay in the chimney through the offwidth flaring section for full value as I did.)


From the top of the route, one set of rap anchors can be found by following stopping to the left.

Preferable anchors are much harder to find - scramble back away from the end of the route and to your left, and then down climb a few feet.


A standard Araps double rack of nuts and single rack of cams from BD .5 to 2 does just fine. A #4 cam will make the chimney pitch feel more comfortable for a novice leader.