Type: Sport, 600 ft (182 m), 7 pitches
FA: Mark Stewart
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Shared By: Brad Warne on Jun 2, 2017 · Updates
Admins: Dave Rone, Tom Gnyra

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This route has recently been re-bolted. A new variation keeps the grade at 5.9 but over all makes the route easier. There is some argument over the grade of the original route, as some people feel it is more like 10b instead of 5.9. Pitches can be combined, just bring more draws; pitch 1 on its own (40m), then link two at a time.

All anchors are fully bolted. 

The variation starts on pitch three. From the pitch 2 belay, clip one protection bolt and head left (original route climbs straight up). This variation is 5.7 and ends at the pitch 4 anchors of the original route

Pitch 1: 40m, 5.6

Pitch 2: 25m, 5.9

Pitch 3: 25m, 5.8

Pitch 3 Variation: 55m 5.7

Pitch 4: 25m, 5.9

Pitch 5: 25m, 5.8

Pitch 6: 25m, 5.6

Pitch 7: 25m, 5.7

Rappel the route


The approach trail dumps you right at the base of the route. From here, scramble straight up for approx. 10m. When you get to a scrappy ledge system, traverse left for another 10m stepping across a gap, you should see the bolts for the belay


Dozen draws and a few runners. All belays are two bolts with rings.