Type: Trad, TR, 95 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: ryan c on Apr 28, 2015
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Start in crack lower left side of face. Follow corner up until it dies out and more right traversing. Gain horizontal, pull up onto second face, top out.


North end of rock pile. Best to rap in from above.


3 bolts, a few very small to med pieces to protect traverse before horizontal, bigger piece for horizontal. A couple pieces for anchor. There is a single good bolt on top, cord is needed to extend MP.


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Greg Opland    
That's a nice description.

And it was when I typed it back in the early 90's as well.
Please don't copy my guidebook into Mountain Project. May 1, 2015
Sorry to see this Greg. Bummer that the OP didn't just write his own description. May 4, 2015
Greg Opland    
There are a couple small diffs. He left out the crack.

From Phoenix Rock II, c.1996
"This route is at the north end of the rockpile on a large face split by a horizontal crack. Start at the lower left end of the face at the base of a right-leaning fist crack. Climb crack to face, traversing up and right past 1st bolt to horizontal crack. Pass crack and 2nd bolt to undercling pocket. Step left and up past 3rd bolt to top." May 4, 2015
ryan c
Phoenix, AZ
ryan c   Phoenix, AZ
My mistake, I thought I was giving a shout out to the originator since it cetainly wasn't me. I have deleted the description, or have tried to anyways. I honestly thought when I posted this I referenced the book. Did it via my phone so I'm not sure what happened. Sincerely sorry. May 8, 2015
David Accomazzo
Phoenix, AZ
  5.10c R
David Accomazzo   Phoenix, AZ
  5.10c R
Anyone know if this route was developed from the ground up? If so, I'm blown away. Until you get to the very top there isn't a single break from what has to be considered modern 5.10 face climbing. Feb 11, 2018