Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: Gordon Douglass, Eric Stroud, 1987
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Shared By: John Steiger on Oct 15, 2015
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This offering provides cool but short pseudo-arête climbing, well worth doing as either a warm up or cool down for the nearby ultra-classic Terror of Tiny Town. Tricky but well protected.


Furthest left bolted line on the West Face of the Buzzard's Perch, about 100 feet left of Terror of Tiny Town and 50 feet left of Wafer of Woe (not in MP, yet). Look for bolts up a blunt arête right of a large flake system that starts out as a squeeze chimney.


5 bolts to chains. The first bolt looks like it’s a ways up, but the climbing is easy and if at all worried, a hand-size cam will take care of it (hidden crack just inside the squeeze chimney).


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abe r
Boise, ID
abe r   Boise, ID
This is worthwhile. very friendly bolted and really neat crux (which for me was 2nd bolt and my buddy, the 2nd to last bolt) May 15, 2018