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|Type:||Sport, Grade V|
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|Shared By:||Dan Corcoran on Jun 15, 2015|
|Admins:||Scott Coldiron, Nate Ball, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick|
Well protected slab with one committing move about halfway up. This is a great way to start a three pitch run to the top of the rock.
West side of Roadside Rock (Highway Rock in the LaBelle guide). Ascend a gully as you walk around the north side of the peninsula. From the top of the gully, walk west south west towards steamboat rock. There is a short downclimb to a grassy ledge which runs down the west side of the penn to the base of several routes. The Labelle guide (Rock Climbs of Central Washington) has a picture of the approach on page 48 that is helpful.