Type: Trad, 250 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Nathan Brown, Ben Kegan
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Shared By: nbrown on Feb 23, 2015
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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This is a very cool line and a must do if you're into steep brows and good rock! With the addition of 2 key bolt placements (placed several years after the FA) it is safer but still requires a keen eye for protecting eyebrows.
Start on Nick Danger. Climb to the bolt (where the pin used to be), but instead of moving left, step up and right to horizontal which takes a #1 tcu. Move directly right here onto the eyebrow laced face (don't climb the groove, which is harder). Continue up the moderate face (~10'right of groove) getting lots of gear (some shallow) to a bolt below the bulge. Climb straight up to a # .75 camalot in a jug/brow. Crank the deadpoint-type move and continue on steep jugs, passing a #1 tcu and another bolt to the ledge. Belay on gear. 5.10++

Pull a mini bulge via small flake a little to the left. Continue up the center of the face to end with all the other lines at the large ledge with the Irish Jig rap anchors. ~ 5.8


Starts on Nick Danger. Climbs the brow-laced wall between Nick Danger and Ruby Tuesday.


Double in cams from #1 tcu to #0.75 camelot, with perhaps a 3rd #1 tcu. 2 bolts.


Pretty standard sun wall style climb. Nice headwall that seemed pretty easy but had enjoyable jug hauling. I thought the crux was the move above the 1st bolt. After that eased off a lot. Offsets could be helpful. A bolted belay at the top of the 1st pitch would be nice. Oct 22, 2018