Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 222 total · 4/month
Shared By: Benjaminadk on Oct 25, 2014
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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An interesting adventure in weird climbing moves. Wander the up the face surrounding the crack finding the line of least resistance. The large crack narrows and forms a steep right facing corner. Step around this to the left then straight up to fixed anchors.

The majority of this route is bolted, however, I think with a couple large cams, in additions to a standard rack, most of the bolts are not needed. As is, the climb is safe, I just thought I include my observation for the people who prefer not to clip bolts. I may go back to see if I can keep it G rated....that is if i can ever afford a #5 and #6 camalot....


Look for the bolted OW crack with a large chockstone near the bottom.


Draws plus a few cams to 1". Bolt Anchors.


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Brian Murphy  
Enjoyed this one. There are some pieces on this that sound pretty hollow. My friend ripped off a decent sized chunk (~2' x .5') right near the beginning. Aug 25, 2015