Type: Sport, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Vincent Bates (Luis Cisneros, Eric Ruljancich, Andy Bennett, Aleix Serrat, Peter Piek, Luke Bertelsen)
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Shared By: Luis Cisneros on Oct 6, 2015
Admins: adrian montano, Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman

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Excellent climbing on the best rock you can find in the mountain. Starts with a steep (lower quality rock) section up to a good juggy ledge. Then the party starts. Hard long moves on small crimpers and no feet traverse up and right unto a red wall. The climbing here is delicate and superb, moving up towards the large underclinging flake. Then pompy long moves put you on a decent rest just before a very thin and committing crux high above your last bolt, just before you clip the anchors.

The harder sections of this climb are just above vertical and many sections overhang. So make no mistake, holds could be small, but this is no slab. This is steep hard face climbing with multiple dynamic moves and tricky footwork. Bring your guns to fight the pump, your dancing shoes to fight the techy moves, and your iron fingers to fight the crimpers.


Starts just right of Catch the Wave. Climb the little ramp up to a large horizontal ledge before clipping the first bolt.


Spaced out bolts