Type: Trad, 230 ft (70 m), 3 pitches
FA: Mike Parker and Melissa Parker
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Shared By: Greg Hughes on Jun 8, 2016
Admins: Dom Caron, Ian Lingley, Greg Hughes

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The first crux is near the bottom of the first pitch getting established into the bigger cracks. Gear is a little tricky and there are some not so reassuring pinches. A bolt protects a slight run out. Second pitch is low fifth to the tree ledge. There is a one move wonder off the tree ledge that goes at 5.7 then it is easy again. This is a great line with tons of variety and will feel like a longer climb.


Start is the next line right of What's the Use in Getting Sober. Take the line that falls just right of the spruce tree on the wall. Various options for getting down. Three raps on a single 60 meter rope.


Single rack to 4". The 4 is not absolutely necessary but nice. No need to double up if you climb this route in three pitches. One bolt on pitch 1. Bolted anchors. Rap the route.