Type: Trad, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Matt Wenger on May 11, 2017
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Pitch 1: (5.8, 100') Move up and right past an undercling roof to a long flake crack, past a small tree. Head left up a ramp/ledges to the large ledge below the prominent p2 crack. Build an anchor.

Pitch 2: (5.9, 100') Climb the phenomenal hand/fist crack, using face features as you go. Once above the crack, face climb past the hollow sounding flakes to the top (most placements are suspect in this section, climbing is about 5.6 though). Build an anchor or sling a large bush/tree.

Descent: 2 rappels from chains 20' climbers right. Use the newer, better midway chains further down and to the rappellers right on a good ledge. Skip the old chains in the middle of the face. 


Start to the right of a large triangular block leaning against the wall.


Gear to 3". Small nuts and/or a 0.75 cam for above the main crack on P2.