Type: Sport
FA: Mark Stevenson 2002
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Shared By: ChrisHau on Sep 7, 2015 · Updates
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Access Issue: South side crags access issue. Details
Access Issue: PARKING ALONG HIGHWAY 19 Details


The "arresting start" involves a bouldery sequence that can be done coming in from the right or the left. After getting a breather on jugs above the first bolt, commit (carefully) to a sequence on slot edges to the second bolt. A dynamic move gives way to a mantel onto a ledge.

Thirty feet of easy climbing through bad rock lead to a tricky sequence involving some longer reaches on steep terrain and a somewhat awkward maneuver to get established under the intimidating roof. Thankfully, the "noble finish" is far easier than it appears; just follow the line of epoxied buckets and enjoy the position.

Pull over the lip, clip the anchors, and then contemplate the most difficult crux of the route: how to clean it.

Good movement at the beginning and end, marred by some poor rock and copious glue.


The route directly in front of the approach trail on the White Wall. Starts on solid gray stone and climbs the high roof.


9 Bolts, two bolt anchor.