Type: Trad, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: Ben Brown, Tyler Jones
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Shared By: Ben Brown on Jun 14, 2017
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane

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This route basically follows the slabby most insecure line up the wall. Follow small weaknesses up between two green lichen patches up to a sloping ledge. From here the climber continues up and to the right to a fun finger sized crack to a single bolt. The crux is a reachy move with bad feet about 20 feet up. To get the full effect of this climb, don't use the easy ramp with jugs to the left rather stay on the slab and work through it.

The first assent was climbed while a storm was moving in with 40 mph gusts, hence the name.


Far right side of the large slab wall. Two big green lichen spots 20 feet up


Small cams and nuts
there is one bolt at the top and a crack that you can use a grey .4 BD cam for an anchor or TR. Do not rap or lower on a single bolt rather walk around to the top to retrieve your gear.


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