Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Tim Fisher
Page Views: 596 total · 7/month
Shared By: S Tart on Dec 6, 2014
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Description

Dog and Pony is one of the best lines here and amongst the best at the grade in the area.

This route has never been published to date, so grades have varied. The lead is very challenging due to the angle in which you have to stop and place gear and the falls are justly intimidating.

Start at the lowest right side part of the cliff and climb unprotected to the base of the roof. Move past a couple gear placements and into a very steep section of rock. Clip the bolt and pull the roof moving right onto the face. Pass a couple of cam placements and continue climbing the right side of the arete to a stance in a corner. From here continue up and right through sculpted holds to the top. Top out to the right side of the block on top of the cliff.

Location

Climbs the roof and the upper right face of the wall.

Protection

Standard rack of small to large cams and a set of nuts.

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