Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m)
FA: Don Harder, Pat Timson, Jeff Vance, Ric LeDuc and Bruce Hildenbrand 4/78
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Shared By: Bruce Hildenbrand on Oct 28, 2016
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Another steep slab route on the Royal Arches apron with long runouts between bolts on small, sometimes friable edges.


About 200-300 feet uphill(north) of 1096 and just right of Move Like a Stud. Climb 25 feet up to a ledge and clip a bolt on its right edge. Make a 5.10 mantel move onto a sharp edge and clip the second bolt. The crux is 25 feet of thin climbing to a small pocket and a third bolt. The climbing eases a bit past two or three more bolts and the anchor.

A double rope rap reaches the ground.


Five or six bolts to a two bolt anchor. The ASCA replaced the bolts on this climb in the mid-2000's. Thanks to Clint and Roger.


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