Type: Sport, 40 ft (12 m)
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Shared By: JTLA Tolins on Dec 19, 2015
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Access Issue: Raptor nesting closure Details


I would love this route if it wasn't for the swallows. you will pass a fair amount of bird droppings in a few sections, but if you decide to brave it, rest assured that there are good holds that avoid the poo. BETA ALERT: The crux is a right facing arete from the 5th-6th bolt. A fair amount of body tension is needed to slap up this arete. If the horn at the top isn't all you dreamed of, the next one up and right of it will be. From there, there's a giant jug up and left that manages to hide itself in the shadows. This will come as a relief as you'll probably be staring at a large pile of bird droppings right where you want the next hold to be. From here move up and right to a crack system and out onto the face where you'll find the anchors.

Moving left from the third bolt there's a large hanging block. Although I've never felt it move, I wouldn't belay directly beneath it :-)


This route follow a series of overhanging pods just left of bee-tard roof


7 bolts. I highly recommend long draws on a few of them to avoid rope drag.