Type: Trad, 350 ft (106 m), 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: Warren Harding, Ray Alcott, Norah Straley
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Shared By: Scott O on Sep 19, 2016
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Vicki Schwantes, Justin Johnsen

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From the sandy bench at the start of the technical climbing, meander up the sea of features on this broad face up toward a clearly visible tree in a notch on the ridge line. This can be done in one pitch with a 70m rope, but bring plenty of slings as the route wanders. There is a nice belay ledge halfway up the face if needed. This face is about 5.6 but made more challenging by the abundance of loose grit and rotten rock on the route. Decent protection is available.

From the notch, climb a pitch to your left up a beautiful left-leaning crack to the summit. You may also be able to skirt left around this, but I didn't try.


From Young Lake, scramble up the talus slope, skirting the edge of the rock buttress to your right. It will eventually turn into a series of slabby boulder problems until you get to the obvious summit formation and start of the technical climbing. This route meanders up a sea of features aiming toward a tree in a notch which should be visible from the start. There is a large sandy bench at the start.


Set of nuts, doubles to 1", a 2" and a 3" piece are what we used without issue. Plenty of slings as the route wanders. There is an old fixed piton halfway up the face, otherwise no bolts or fixed pins.