Type: Trad, 240 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Ken Duncan and Dede Humphrey, 2014
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Shared By: Ken Duncan on Dec 16, 2014
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Autumn Gold climbs a fun, steep face on ramps and plates.

P1. 5.9. Climb Enigma to its anchors.

P2. 5.10a/b. Angle up and left avoiding the massive hollow flake above the belay, then climb the headwall past two bolts. Continue up past two more bolts to a large alcove and the belay.

P3. 5.9+. Climb out the left side of the alcove then angle up and left to the left of the two bolt lines. Climb up past three bolts then sling a horn to protect the second and traverse right to the anchors.

P3 Variation 1. 5.9. Climb out the left side of the alcove, then up blocky terrain to bolts on the rounded arete and face on the right. Climb plates to the anchors.

P3 Variation 2. 5.8. Climb out the left side of the alcove then up the crack/groove between the other two finishes. FA: Bernard Gillett.

Descent: do three rappels. ***A 60 METER ROPE IS REQUIRED.***


It is above Enigma. See the photo.


Seven bolts and nuts and cams to 2.5".