Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Robert Hall on Aug 13, 2016
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Two stars as a top rope after leading to the shared anchors on Nibroc. When/if top roping from the Nibroc anchor, a directional cam in the flake is helpful.

Just a few feet right of Nibroc there's a bolt, about 18-20 ft up, but difficult to see unless you walk 8-10 ft right and look back on it.

P1 - Climb the brown "stairstep" ledges to the bolt, continue up (crux PG-13/R near-to-ground-fall) to the right-facing flake, then up tending slightly left to the Nibroc/Brown School anchor.

Brad White from IME submits P2 and info on the FA:
P2 - Climb straight up past the first bolt just before a thin flake (small cams or nuts). Continue up past flake slanting right past 3 more bolts below a right slanting overlap to a two bolt rap anchor at its end.

Brown School is an old route with no idea who put it up. Maybe Ed B. or Rob Adair a decade ago?


About 5 ft right of Nibroc


mid-sized cams


Ben Townsend  
Runout if you climb directly to the big flake, but very reasonable gear if you step right and link the intermediate flakes. Oct 6, 2018