Type: Sport, 250 ft (76 m), 3 pitches
FA: Mike Snyder, 2016
Page Views: 823 total · 9/month
Shared By: Mike Snyder on Oct 9, 2016
Admins: Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson

You & This Route

2 Opinions
Your To-Do List: Add To-Do ·
Your Star Rating:
Rating Rating Rating Rating Rating      Clear Rating
Your Difficulty Rating:
-none- Change
Your Ticks:Add New Tick
Use onX Backcountry to explore the terrain in 3D, view recent satellite imagery, and more. Now available in onX Backcountry Mobile apps! For more information see this post.

Description Suggest change

A super fun three pitch sport climb! The first two pitches are 5.10a and the last is 5.11+

P1 - Begin right off the road and climb good edges to reach the left angling ramp. This feature goes straight up on blocky edges and liebacks. It looks hard but climbs well and is easier than it appears. Roll up onto the slab and cruise to the chains. 60 feet, 5.10a, 7 bolts, chain anchor

P2 - Slabby and easy looking but this pitch can be tricky. The short black vert section is thin but has good crimps and rewards you with a good jug at the top. The lower angle climbing afterwards is generally easy with a few thoughtful sections. Another great pitch! 70 feet, 5.10a, 8 bolts, chain anchors

P3 - Steep, pumpy and long, this pitch is money! Work into the awesome reddish lay back feature smearing your feet on the black and white wall. This pitch takes a fairly direct line up good side pulls and edges. Use sidepulling opposition to dance your way up the upper flake system to top out. Climb the splitter hand crack trailing up to the summit. There is a perfect ledge just below the summit to belay from. A sweet pitch indeed! 95 feet, 5.11d, 12 bolts, chain anchor

Location Suggest change

This climb is located right before the tunnel on the right. Look for the line of bolts going up the initial vert section and continuing up the slabby part to the steep headwall and flake system of the third pitch.

Protection Suggest change

Bolts and chain anchors