Type: Trad, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: BBn, SM, SKT
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Shared By: brian benedon on Nov 1, 2015
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Access Issue: Restrictions January 1 - April 30 Details

Description

The first P is the hard one. P 2 is mostly .9 with a move of .10

Location

currently the farthest route left

Protection

Cams to 1", 6 draws, nuts for P-2

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brian benedon
tucson
  5.11c/d
brian benedon   tucson
  5.11c/d
I think this one finally went down on new years eve 2002 on a cold rainy day after 6 weeks of intense effort. It has not seen an on-sight to date therefore the rating may not be accurate.

The second P wend down before that without a fight. It is worth walking around and rapping in to do the second pitch.

Heads up these raps are about 98' and 120' !!! There are several set of anchors. Nov 1, 2015
Jon.R
  5.11+
Jon.R  
  5.11+
I was happy to have a single set from purple metolius to gold camelot for an onsite rack but YMMV. I think we placed a #3 on both pitches but not mandatory. There's currently 3 anchors on this route near the top of the first pitch. the first one is a 3 bolt used for lowering off if only doing the first pitch. There's a two bolt anchor ~8 ft to the left of this which I would use if you want to communicate with your second. The third anchor is another ~20' higher at a large ledge, I would use this belay next time if continuing up the second pitch.. For the descent, you can rap from the top with a single 60 m to the 3rd midway anchor and then to the ground in two raps. Dec 17, 2018
brian benedon
tucson
  5.11c/d
brian benedon   tucson
  5.11c/d
WW saw its first on-site in 2016 by Andy B as far as I know. Greg K got his red point this year. Dec 18, 2018