Type: Trad, 225 ft (68 m), 2 pitches
FA: George Bracksieck, Doug Redosh, LP?
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Shared By: Leo Paik on Nov 24, 2015
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Access Issue: Seasonal Closure / 2021 Update - reopening Details


This is a line on the right side of The Annex that a natural weakness with nice jugs. Its relative lack of loose debris made us question if it had been done. If so, let me know and I'll adjust this.

P1. Start to the right of a medium-sized evergreen in a right-facing dihedral of sorts. Move up to a bulge with a crack (crux) where the jugs peter out a bit. Continue up chasing jugs. A slightly reachy bit ~2/3rds the way up precedes easier terrain an the belay ledge with a good-sized tree.

P2. Move up and then left to the top.

Walk off over the top and down to the right (3rd Class).

FWIW, the above name was inspired by hearing voices clearly from climbers on Bitty Buttress. The song "Voices Carry" was recorded by 'Til Tuesday in 1985 and had a top ten video.


This is on the right side of The Annex.


We used a rack including a few wires and cams to a #4 Camalot. A few longs slings or 48" sling(s) that you can tie are nice for the P1 belay.