Type: Trad, 190 ft (58 m), 2 pitches
FA: Chris Hirsch & Taylor Lais (Ground-up) 6-10-16
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Shared By: Chris Hirsch on Jun 10, 2016
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Wow, this thing packs a punch! Starts off fairly easy with bomber gear and huge crystals. Then comes the cruxy transition between cracks, followed by some awkward, angling flares, and finishes you off with 25' of OW.

1) 5.5 60' Start on far left side of wall on top of boulders. Angle up and right on easy terrain to belay ledge below orange roof. Natural anchor.

2 5.10+ 130' Traverse right from ledge to gain second crack system. Crack will peter out at the crux (good gear). Face climb up and left to start the next diagonally crack. Follow this crack as it arches to the center of the wall. An angling offwidth will spit you out right at the belay/rappel anchors. Bring lots of extendable draws!


Rappel from two bolt belay with chains. 80m rope gets down with stretch. Careful of getting rope stuck on Veiled Virgin ledge. Possible to make two raps, stopping at Virgin ledge. Need webbing to sling for that though.


Double rack .3 to #4
Single set of C3's