Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: FA: Ben Chapman & Randy McClure (June 1988) via direct aid (A2). FFA: Troy Mayr, Steve Cox, Bob Bolton. Oct 2002.
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Access Issue: Portal Road Closure Details


Follow a very thin, beautiful crack up through smooth, polished granite. 25m/80' lower off. Great climb, true to its rating!


About 100' left of Wipeout behind a large fallen tree that had once been standing, hence the name of this route.


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Benjamin Chapman
Small Town, USA
Benjamin Chapman   Small Town, USA
FA: Ben Chapman & Randy McClure (June 1988) via direct aid (A2) to a 2 bolt anchor with swedged cable at the crack's end, on the right side. Presumably, Troy, Steve, or Bob replaced that old 2 - 1/4" button head anchor with something more substantial. Jun 8, 2015
Troy, Bob and I freed this is the fall of 02 and Bob drilled the bomber, modern anchor. We wanted to name it Cabin Boy at first, but Troy doesn't like homo-erotic connotations in his route names apparently. Tree line seemed like an ok 2nd choice since, at the time, the tree was in perfect line with the crack and essentially hid the climb from anyone hiking up the North Fork Trail. The tree now sadly lies on the ground. Not sure when it fell. Oct 6, 2015