Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: FOS?? E.Meudt, J.Cral -May '99 or '00
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Shared By: Jeffrey Snyder on Oct 20, 2015
Admins: Greg Opland, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman, Luke Bertelsen

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'My Opinion' maybe one of those lines that FOS use to throw a TR on back in the day. Hard to say...

E.Meudt spied the line and went at it hooking and climbing his way up the featured slab from below. Tapping in two bolts from stances and finagling gear in for the run out exit. This wasn't bold enough, so someone chopped the route and so it sat...

After letting the bolt holes cool off.. E.Meudt decided that the slab was too good to let sit scarred so he returned in the Summer of '15 to restore the hardware and bring the route back to life. After a gentle discussion it was decided that adding an extra bolt to the exit would make the route much less dangerous and help promote climbers to get on it. Possibly the most fun, featured face moderate on the cliff.

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Right side of the beautiful green lichened arete, left of 'Grass Crack'. Start on slab below. It is possible to climb either side of the tree seam to the base of the face. Right side is harder and has no protection for first 20+ feet.

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3 bolts
Finger sized piece or nuts for lower runout slab
Optional thin hands piece for horizontal before final bolt
2 bolt anchor with biners