Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Dylan Oliver, Conor Mark, Chris Cullaz 5/14
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Shared By: Conor Mark on Aug 9, 2016
Admins: Luc-514, Kris Fiore

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Description

The furthest documented route to the south. Despite the small trees in the first 10 feet, this route is surprisingly exposed and clean.

Move up the center of the obvious ramp, slinging a tree on the way. Make increasingly exposed moves to a step-down move at the top of the ramp. Move up to the right of the red pine to a ledge at the top of the cliff with a great view, or, tackle the dirty headwall on the left on big holds. Belay from two 0.5 c4s in a small horizontal, back from the edge of the cliff.

We rapped off the next pine tree climber's left of the ledge, needs slings.

Location

Several hundred yards right of Bone Appetite

Protection

Standard Rack, x2 .5 c4s.

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