Type: Trad, 180 ft (55 m), 2 pitches
FA: P1 Greyell & Tower '08: P2 Jeremy? '09
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Shared By: Andrew Davidson on Mar 14, 2017
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Rolling Thunder is a nice route that has instant exposure up water worn dishes and features. Both pitches were Bolted by Greyell.

P1: 5.9 - 30m Follows a clean crack to a featured face next to an arete, Then pull over a bulge using some featured fins.
P2: 5.11a "All bolted, but a red camalot is helpful for a the first piece above the belay. Head out left to first bolt, then traverse right, at the steep crux bulge, go up/slightly left (ignore the single bolt out right). Have fun." -Shappart


Take a right at the twin cairns. At the toe of the first mossy buttress, take a left. Follow it up to where the Cloven Chimney begins. The route is just passed this. Start of the route is immediately left of Non-Ultra Project and Cloven Hoof

This and other Cloven Roof routes are about 100 yards right of Other Side of the Tracks. From there, is easier to reach these routes by going back down the trail to the cairns than traversing the base of the wall.


Standard Spring Mtn Rack
Gear up to 2.5"
Bolted Anchors