Type: Trad, 500 ft, 5 pitches, Grade III
FA: Jerry,Sigrid&Lynnea Anderson
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Shared By: Mike Arechiga on Apr 11, 2015
Admins: M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin ., Vicki Schwantes

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Well bolted high-quality rock super fun route.


On right side slab area, climb to the right of Sweet Liberty.


bolts gear to 2"


Visalia, CA
limpingcrab   Visalia, CA
Wait, what's PG13 about it if it's well bolted? Apr 12, 2015
Another fun route from the Anderson clan. Got to climb it right after they finished it with them. Don't remember any PG13, just fun and safe. It has been a while though. Thanks Andersons! Apr 12, 2015
Sean P. Sullivan
Clovis, Ca
Sean P. Sullivan   Clovis, Ca
Fantastic route! Very safe, no PG-13. Guidebook says gear to 1" to protect a small runout after the crux on p2. .75 Camalot was better. If you do p5(most rap off p4 anchors) all you need are small nuts for the seam you encounter high up. Maybe a few cams (I used .75-2) to build an anchor at the top. Moderate walk off to the right and your back at the base in no time. Apr 13, 2015
Cory Brooks
Fresno, CA
Cory Brooks   Fresno, CA
Fantastic climb. Classic. Cruxes are short are very well protected. Only needed a few small nuts, small cam and a 0.75" cam.

Climb it to the top and walk off Apr 15, 2015
Kurt Jensen
Kurt Jensen   Aptos,CA
I did this route on the last day of our Shuteye trip last week. It was as fun and well protected slab route. Previous comments are spot on on gear. P2 a BD .75 Cam wil protect in a pocket low on the flake. you are already through "the move" when you get it though. 2 60m ropes reached the ground from the P2 anchors. Thanks to the Anderson's for a fun route! Apr 21, 2015