Type: Trad, 200 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Ryan Hoover, Michal Rynkiewicz, Stamati Anagnostou, Jon Nelson
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Shared By: Stig . on May 30, 2017
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Description

A scrambly approach pitch leads to a large ledge and bolt anchor.

P1: Climb the granite AF bolted corner to the base of a large chasm. 5.11-

P2: A rarity for Index. Small gear behind your back, a couple of bolts, and some larger cams protect an amazing squeeze chimney. Head out right and up onto the slab. 5.9

P3: Splitter! A finger crack in a corner leads to chain anchors. You can top out Duck Wall and combine this with any of the routes on the Diamond for a nice long day! 5.9

Location

Head up the Diamond gulley and look for an obvious large left facing corner system to your right. Can't miss it.

Protection

8 QDs, some long runners, doubles in fingers and singles from #1-#3 Camalot.
Jack Taylor
Issaquah, WA
 
Jack Taylor   Issaquah, WA
 
Super fun route! Absolutely worth climbing. First pitch is 11- slab tech. I suck at chimneys so I thought p2 was harder than 5.9, but it's probably a fair grade if you enjoy those sorts of things. I enjoyed it a lot but also sucked at it. P3 was reall fun as well. Maybe 10a/b rather than 5.9. Nice work guys! Jun 22, 2018