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|Type:||Trad, 145 ft (44 m), 2 pitches|
|Page Views:||351 total · 4/month|
|Shared By:||Jay Harrison on Dec 18, 2014|
|Admins:||Jim Lawyer, Morgan Patterson|
P1: From the point where the ramp drops down, reach directly out right (1 3/4" cam protects this initial move) to a flake, pull over to it, then up to a horizontal crack. Move right along this to a patch of knobs allowing ascent to another horizontal crack. Follow the crack right, until it fades, then make a committing move up and right to reach the good edge of a diminutive, right-facing corner/ramp rising leftward. Follow the ramp to its top, make another move to reach up and right to a thin horizontal crack, then follow that crack right to its end. Sketchy moves right and slightly down gain a foot rail, which in turn obtains a stance below a vertical set of 3 knobs just left of a shallow groove. Up the knobs and groove, onto a large, sloping ledge.
P2: At the back of the ledge is a notch formed by a right-facing corner on the left, and a hanging boulder on the right. Climb up this notch and go left along a brushy ledge, following a crack in the main wall that leads left and up. You will cross two other cracks which rise rightward; you can take either of these as an optional finish, or continue as originally done, moving up and left on the face to reach a large flake on a final ledge just below the top. Climb up the right-facing corner formed by this flake and the main wall to reach the top.