Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: Elmo Mecsko - 11/1/08
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Shared By: Micah Klesick on Oct 20, 2014
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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Follow the continuous crack all the way up this featured face. The crux is right at the start, moving under the small roof and pulling through the overhanging section. Keep moving up the crack, through the steep face and over some bulgy sections, to the predominent dihedral that caps this line.


Continuous and cleaned crack to the right of Bone-Eata


Cams to 4.5"


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David J. Thompson
Hood River
David J. Thompson   Hood River
Starts on the left side of the shallow overhang/cave ~20' to the right of Bone-Eata. Exciting start, fun climb! Oct 22, 2014
Matt St.Amand
Portland, OR
Matt St.Amand   Portland, OR
I've found a variation to start this route that goes over the face of the block to the left of the cave instead of coming out from underneath the of that shallow overhang/cave. Does not make the start any less difficult as it requires a critical R foot smear and a high L toe in a nickel-sized hole. Hands feel pretty solid and it allows for a decently secure stance to place a Jesus piece of pro...I'd suggest a #4 cam (though the #3 C4 Camalot I shoved in there was solid enough to hold the kind of fall one might take at this point (fairly small as the deck isn't much more than 8 or 9 feet down).
Super fun route! Jul 5, 2018