Type: Trad, 600 ft (182 m), 7 pitches
FA: Dean Hart, Randy Atkinson, Ed Spat 1990
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Shared By: Drew Marshall on May 11, 2016
Admins: Mark Roberts, Mauricio Herrera Cuadra, Kate Lynn, Braden Batsford

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An amazing roof crack that climbs out the middle of the 'visor' that sticks out above Whirlwind - impossible to miss

Approach pitches:

Approach by climbing Snake. Halfway up the pitch that goes up to the rightward traverse under a roof, make a leftward slab traverse to a tree at the base of an overhanging corner crack (part of Whirlwind) (10a)

Alternatively, approach by climbing Whirlwind.

p1 (10c) - Climb the overhanging crack (part of Whirlwind). Go left and climb the corner to the back of the alcove (gear belay)

p2 (11d) - Climb the roof crack (gear and bolts). Belay after turning the lip (gear)

Scramble or climb to reach the Broadway Ledge descent

Protection Suggest change

.4 to 2 (2x)
3 (1x)
4 (optional)

plus anything else you need for the approach pitches