Type: Trad, Aid, 190 ft (58 m), 2 pitches, Grade II
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Daniel Coltrane on Jul 14, 2015
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P1: Climb the right leaning thin crack to a single bolt then back left along the lower of two left facing flakes. It is expanding. The first section goes clean at C2+ with some ground fall potential, or A2. the expanding flake past the bolt is A3.

P2: climb straight up through the roof and traverse left to the obvious flake through bat hooks and 3 bolts; talons work well. Climb the flake traversing left to the small tree and a good anchor in the corner above the tree. The flake is expanding and VERY hollow, it thins out to a few more hook moves at the end to gain the welcome small cedar tree. Ball nuts and cam hooks work well.


Located on the clean face to the right of Rattletale. The first bolt is easily visible with a lower out loop on it.


A good selection of hooks including sky hooks, talons, cam hooks, and a bat hook or two are mandatory.
KB to #4
long LA #4-#6
Ball nuts, HB offsets both useful.
Double Rack 000 to 0.5 range, small aliens are nice.