Type: Trad, 150 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Nathan Brown, Frost Walker
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Shared By: nbrown on Oct 24, 2014
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Description

It's amazing that this line actually went free. Even more amazingly it goes at a reasonable grade. Fun and diverse climbing with good rests past each hard section make this a very worthy route for the grade. The route is either 11d or 12a, I don't know...

P-1
Climb Bayne's Corner to the anchor.

P-2
Climb the obvious dihedral past 2 bolts and a small cam to a good hand jam rest. Clip a bolt above and continue up the brow-laced water streak to a pocket (gear) to the horizontal break. Move right here and pull bulge just left of the right-hand groove to another bolt. A couple more techy moves get you onto the slab and easy climbing past one more cam and bolt to an anchor. It's possible to lower from here to the ground (100') to belay your second if you'd like. Rap at 100' with one rope.

Location

Above Bayne's Corner

Protection

light rack. 5 bolts and a few cams. I only used two #.5 camelots and two #.4 camelots. However, one could get anything up to a hand sized piece. Also, the gear pod above bolt 3 would likely take a red/brown tricam well since it opens up in the back.

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