Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Chris Doll on Sep 4, 2016
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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This route has a good variety of climbing. It follows a crack in a dihedral all the way to the chains. The bottom third is straight forward climbing with a wide chimney to your left that can be stemmed. The second third involves climbing a hand crack in the dihedral. While the top third moves into face climbing. Careful on the decent, the rappel off the chains to the left are a 60m rope stretcher.


The large left facing dihedral at the main parking pullout on the south face of the roadside rock. Just to the left of Tom Thumb's Blues (Red Roof Inn depending on the guide book you have).


This route use to be a trad route, but someone bolted it with 12 bolts so climb it trad or sport it's your choice. Chains on top for rappel.


Kyle McCrohan
Brier, WA
Kyle McCrohan   Brier, WA
There's a second pitch about the same difficulty a little easier. Then from the top of that, you can follow some bolts and terraces through easier climbing and scrambling all the way to the summit for a total of about 5-6 pitches, depending on how you break it down. Apr 21, 2018