Type: Trad, 150 ft
FA: Greg Hughes and Luc Gallant
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Shared By: Greg Hughes on May 7, 2015
Admins: Dom, Ian Lingley, Greg Hughes

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This is the right facing corner beginning about halfway up the wall. The climbing down low is not the best but the corner more than makes up for it. The crux is pulling the lip to get into the corner. After exiting the corner several options are possible: step left to a ledge and two bolt anchor or continue up the natural line to the top of the cliff. The climbing after the first ledge is easy but surprisingly enjoyable.


Locate a massive cedar tree near the base of Up Yours. Several starts are possible directly above this tree, some are easier than others. Climb up to a large Spruce tree about twenty feet off the deck then aim for the right facing corner. Surmount the small overlap, climb the corner and continue on easier terrain to a Spruce tree. Rap the route with a 70 meter rope (stretcher) or scramble to the Up Yours anchor if you only have a 60 m and do two raps.


Single rack to 3". Tree anchor.


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