Type: Trad, 250 ft (76 m), 2 pitches
FA: Nathan Brown and Lee Carter
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Shared By: Tom Caldwell on Dec 2, 2015 · Updates
Admins: Tom Caldwell, Steve Lineberry

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Start the same as Peelin' Feelin' in either the offwidth or the bolted line to the left. Climb the short pitch and belay on trad gear above the offwidth in the vertical crack.

Follow the short crack up and right until you hit the slab. Make some exciting slab moves until you reach a horizontal break. The pro here is a little tricky and it helps to place a few pieces. Move above this until you can clip the first bolt. Follow two more bolts into the cool wide water groove that is featured with some amazing crystals. Once past the third bolt, the difficulty eases a lot, but the runout really begins. Pull a bulge to get onto the slab apron. Supposedly there is a horn that can be slung for pro. Keep going straight up the water groove and slightly featured terrain (5.5 R/X). Just below the moss pads you can see above, there is a two bolt anchor off to the right. Breathe, you made it!


Start is the same as Peelin' Feelin' at the offwidth flake feature. Look for the three bolts close together high on the route.


Finger sized pieces to #1 camalot for the route and several extra medium sized cams for the belay. A few quickdraws for the bolts. Double 60m ropes are needed to get down from the two bolt anchor at the top.