Type: Trad, 110 ft (33 m)
FA: Greg Hughes and Chris MacLellan
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Shared By: Greg Hughes on Sep 1, 2015
Admins: Dom Caron, Ian Lingley, Greg Hughes

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This is another very unique route with varied climbing throughout. Gear is a bit tricky but the crux moves through the finger crack protect very well. If you don’t like the moves around the crux you can step right onto Merlin to remove the spice.

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Located just left of Merlin in the Green Zone. The start is directly below a white birch tree growing out of the rock about 10 feet off the deck. Take a plumb line from this point up to a right leaning finger crack near the top. It is easy to get off route down low on this one so try and stay the course straight up. Finish on a sloping ledge with and a two bolt rappel station. Be careful rapping this route as it is a rope stretcher on a 60 meter. Tie knots!

Protection Suggest change

Standard rack of nuts and cams to a 3" piece. Bolted rappel station.

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