Type: TR, 100 ft
FA: 1996
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Shared By: Jay Harrison on Dec 4, 2015
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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Work up edges and seams on the slab to an overlap, trending a bit leftward as you ascend. At the overlap, head straight up the wall, eschewing easier climbing farther left, to a large, sloping ledge with a pleasant cluster of pine trees.
Cleaned up well - and provided some decent pro - this would be an excellent route.


"Beardsley Buttress" is the designation for the swathe of steep slab near the right end of the Beaverview. A small, sloping ledge lying above a very dirty lower 40' slab is the starting point for all the lines here. This route begins on the right edge of the slab, just left of a steep, filthy 4th/5th class gully.


This route was originally TR'd, and appears to offer very little protection for leading.


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