Avg: 3.4 from 10 votes
|Type:||Sport, Alpine, 700 ft (212 m), 6 pitches, Grade III|
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|Shared By:||Tom Gnyra on Aug 28, 2015|
|Admins:||Dave Rone, Tom Gnyra, Richard Rose|
The climbing is sustained and long so go quickly and be confidant as a 11- leader. If not, this can easily turn into a longer day. 200m of climbing can feel long, but that said the climbing is similar to other climbs in the area and so there isn't anything new.
P1, 38m: A high first bolt at 6m continues on to harder climbing 10c
P2, 35m: Harder than the first pitch as it is sustained, steep 10 climbing to a 10c crux
P3, 30m: Two harder roof encounters continue to the sustained nature of the climb
P4, 30m: Less sustained with a few hard moves and a traverse. Use long draws.
P5, 22m: More low ten climbing gets you to a ledge with less good rock off the deck. 10-
P6, 30m: The crux of the route, maybe the hardest boulder problem on steep rock. 10+/11-
Do not top out. Just rap. It's not recommended to try to top this one out as it is loose above.