Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: Leif Gasch, equipped by Todd Skinner
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Shared By: Tom Rangitsch on Nov 8, 2016
Admins: Lauren Heerschap, Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson

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The namesake for the area. This route needs little introduction to anyone familiar with climbing in Lander. It begins with a hard sequence passing the first bolt using either a mono for the right hand or an undercling. From here the next 6 or so bolts follow jugs up the arête to a decent rest. Next fire a cool dyno and then move right past an interesting sequence to gain the upper arête. Milk a crappy rest and then fire the cryptic crux. Your right hand slaps the arête and your left hand uses the sparse pockets and edges on the left face.  Once past the crux there is still a fair bit of dancy slab climbing to get you to the anchors.


Walk right from the left side of the cliff for about 5 minutes. It is the obvious arete on the right side of steepest wall of the cliff.


Around 12 bolts