Type: Sport, 280 ft (85 m), 3 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Chris Doll on Sep 4, 2016 · Updates
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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A three pitch route that can be reached by rappelling down the route, using a boat or traversing in from the southwest end approach to reach the base of the climb.

P1, 5.8 - easy climbing up a dirty ramp with 5 bolts to a set of chains under a roof, gear to 1.5" can also be used on this pitch if so desired.

P2, 5.10B - starts off traversing right of the roof (crux) to clip an out of reach bolt then straight up 5 more bolts to a second set of chains under another larger roof.

P3, 5.9 - move out left on an airy traverse around the arête then continue up easy face climbing clipping 10-12 bolts until you top out to a bolted anchor.


On the North face of Roadside rock there is a large white patch that is cut perpendicular by a chimney. The route starts to the left of the chimney at a large ramp and goes up a right facing dihedral to the left of two large roofs.


Bolts, and chained anchors (with the exception of the top pitch which only has bolts for anchors).


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