Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 4 pitches
FA: Donald Perry and Joshua Perry, December 16, 2016
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Shared By: donald perry on Dec 16, 2016
Admins: RJ B, Morgan Patterson

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The Great White Throne Judgment of Rev. 20:11

Top Rope FA Joshua Perry, Donald Perry 12/11/2016
Lead FA Donald Perry, Joshua Perry 12/16/2016

Start: To the right of Again And Again at a ramp in the face with an overhang above.

Climb the ramp and go over the roof. Once over the roof, angle up and left into a right-leaning crack and flake system. When you pass below a notch between two small roofs, angle back right and go straight up through the notch just left of the "large loose flake" where the attempt by Romano concluded. Climb up to the "large loose flake" and go up and right a little, then straight up until you are on the same crack system as a giant upside-down flake on a ledge. Traverse right to a seam, then straight up to a ramp-block under roof. From under the great roofs, go through right-leaning crack over the first roof. At the great white roof, traverse left to layback flakes in the roof and go over the roof. Once over the roof, climb straight up on small holds to the ledge. Climb up the to top through a right-facing corner.

A word of caution: The blocks at the beginning of the climb, under the rotten roof, will come off if you yank on them; just leave them be. I would advise using a figure 8 and paying out some extra slack to control falls off the great roof, to keep the leader from swinging around and chopping his head on the edge of the ramp block.


To the right of Again And Again at a ramp in the face and overhang above.


Small to medium size cams, nuts, tricams below and including pink.