Type: Sport, 180 ft (55 m), 2 pitches
FA: Todd Offenbacher, Zach Fletcher
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Shared By: Refuge Jared on Sep 11, 2016
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Access Issue: Partial seasonal raptor closure Details


Be careful of rope snag while descending this route. See below.

Vertical start with good holds (5.6 or 5.7). Then about 10' run out of 5.5 to mussy hooks for anchors. Good idea to establish name use when calling "take" if you have neighboring climbers here to avoid confusion and possibly a fall.

It's convenient for the next leader to start at the Left side of the first anchor. Follow bolts up low angle and somewhat dirty second pitch (5.5) to mussy hooks for anchors.

The rock above the second set of anchors is loose and a hazard to climb as holds can break and rock fall can injure or kill people below.

Rappel down. Going up is the easy part. Coil and throw rope out to avoid snags on the low angle second pitch.
CAUTION: Be picky about finding the midpoint of the rope and TIE STOPPER KNOTS to rappel, the second pitch is almost exactly long enough to rappel down a 60 meter rope.

Find the least featured, most straightforward and vertical way to rappel down the first pitch (about 10 feet Right of the start) to avoid snagging the rope when you pull it.


From the beginning of Village Wall, continue West walking across to the end of a fallen tree where the path continues. From here you can see a large flat boulder leaning against the crag. Village People starts just Right of this boulder.


9 bolts on each pitch. Mussy hooks at both anchors. Well protected except for 10' 5.5 run out at end of first pitch. Second pitch has somewhat greater lengths between bolts but offers easy climbing.