Type: Sport, 105 ft (32 m), 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tim Heid on Mar 16, 2017
Admins: Jason Halladay, David Riley

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Start by pulling up and mantling from a large jug to flakes on either the left or right. Then follow the right trending line of bolts past solid (and sometimes sharp) holds. Mostly slab, but the angle kicks back occasionally to vertical as you move back left towards the first anchor near a tree. From the anchor head straight left to clip a bolt and work through the crux of the route. 1 or 2 more bolts on easier terrain lead to the upper anchor. Can lower with room to spare with a 70m and also likely even with a 60m.

Very popular and there are 3 or 4 routes that meet up with both anchors, so if there's already a rope to the upper anchor, consider stopping short at the lower (although you may not be afforded this by surrounding Euro climbers).

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The very first route encountered from the approach trail, right after the short steep section to get even with the base of the crag. Look right for 2 bolts almost even with each other about 8' up. Ferralladura is the right one.

Protection Suggest change

bolts. 2 bolt anchor and steel perma-locker on each anchor.

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