Type: Trad, TR, 55 ft
FA: Phil Stennett, Alexe Hanlon
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Shared By: David Bruneau on Jul 9, 2015
Admins: Phil Stennett

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On the opposite side of the gorge from the other routes, there is an appealing low-angle corner over the water. This climb can be led by building an anchor and rappelling in or traversing over water to the base (about the same grade as the climb, with no pro). In any event, the corner is fun and would be a classic easy pitch if it was longer and was easier to get to.


Gear anchors at the top and bottom of the climb + standard rack.


I gave this three starts because it's a great opportunity to get used to hanging belays and gear anchors in a real setting. Quite easy and quite fun. Very experienced trad climbers might not get a kick out of it the same way I did but it felt like a bit of an adventure for sure.

Also: Bring small gear. Jul 19, 2015