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Type: Sport, 40 ft
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Shared By: billysimek on Feb 20, 2015
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Description

Climb up a wide, chossy crack to the first bolt. The crack thins up to form some more climbable holds. Lean back on this crack and climb up and past the second bolt. It is a bit run out to the anchors, but if you go out to the right aerie it is much easier to finish. If not, there are small crimps to bring you up to a jug above the anchors.

The bolts are not exactly brand new, but my friend did slip on a loose rock while leading it and the bolt held fine. If you walk to the right of the crag, you can hike up a small hill that puts you on top of the wall where you can set up a top-rope if you don't feel comfortable leading it.

Location

Follow the crag all the way to the end, this is the last big face and overlooks the highway. This is the last route (to the right) of the three bolted routes on this face.

Protection

2 bolts, 2 bolted anchors

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