Type: Sport, 120 ft (36 m), 2 pitches
FA: Sam Boyce & Andrew Nelson (2015)
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Shared By: Sam Boyce on May 20, 2015 · Updates
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Zachary Winters, Mitchell McAuslan

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Located to climber's right of web slinger. After heading down the fixed line below the gun show slab, keep going down and you'll be at the base of web slinger, from there keep going climber's right until the obvious chimney is visible (a bolt should be visible from the ground). The route starts on some lower angle blocky terrain that is probably dirty and often wet (don't let this discourage you as the route itself stays fairly clean and dry). The pitches that are described are short, it is possible to link the whole route into a single pitch, though communication while linking pitches will be impossible without radios. The highway noise is quite intense here. 

P1 Low 5th 40’ Head up the 4th class ramp to the base of the chimney to a single bolt to belay. This is an “approach” pitch that can be soloed if dry or linked into the next. 

P2 5.9 40’ Head up the 4th class ramp the the base of the chimney (some may choose to solo this). Stem straight up, top out left to gain the P1 anchors of "baby steps", top out right to continue on stairway. Optional chainless belay right of the top-out. Continue or stop here to belay. 

P2 5.9 50’ Traverse right to the first bolt. Face climb up a couple airy bulges to easier climbing that leads straight to the anchor. 

Descent: Rap to the P1 anchors of dislocated/relocated then to the ground (a 70 reaches the ground with rope stretch but has pretty bad rope pull drag).

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just draws, i was able to climb and rap with a 50 meter rope (using both anchors).

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