Type: Sport, 400 ft, 4 pitches
FA: Todd Offenbacher, Abe Greenspan
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Shared By: Refuge Jared on Jun 20, 2017 with updates from Trevor Vichas
Admins: Aron Quiter, Lurker, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin ., Vicki Schwantes

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Uses 70 m rope

1st pitch: 5.4, 35m
2nd pitch: 5.6, 35m
3rd pitch: 5.7, 30m
4th pitch: 5.5, 25m

Walk off climber's Right down 3rd class slab.

Named after local Meyers cafe/bar. Def a Meyers favorite and a good spot to grab food and a drink after a day of climbing.


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The route is very well protected sport, but the FA leaves a note that there are placements available for gear to 1.5. These are optional placements if someone wanted to practice placing gear during a multipitch. Divided Sky could lend well to this. It's a nice cruisy multipitch for beginning leads and practicing multipitch protocol with kids/beginners.
Collin H
Sunnyvale, CA
Collin H   Sunnyvale, CA
The route beta lists a 70m rope but also says there is a walk off. Can anyone confirm if it can be walked off with a 60? Jul 19, 2017
Just climbed this route today, here's some additional beta that I think would help.

60m rope is fine if you walk off.

P2 - Crux is the last 10' before the anchor.

P3 - Crux of the whole climb is the second half of this pitch, though it is very well protected; 4 bolts within 15'.

P4 - First bolt is located at your 10 o'clock as you look up. You can sling the not-so-bomber tree on the way to the first bolt for a little bit of extra protection. The second bolt is only visible once you've clipped the first bolt and moved out onto the face, but it's there. This pitch is only two bolts and then the anchor just to the right of the big tree.

All anchors are double bolts, no chains or hooks so have something with you to build with.

Beta says optional pro to 1.5" but I didn't find many places to place extra protection nor anywhere I felt it was necessary.

Walk off was easy. Follow the rock face climbers right until it ends (maybe 150m?), this is the start of a gully on the backside. Descend the gully on the backside as it wraps around to the front. Jul 20, 2017
You can comfortably linke pitch 3 & 4 together for a 190 feet or so pitch. The crux comes at the beginning of the 3rd pitch and the rest is pretty easy climbing. The bolts are more spread apart after the crux so the leader needs to have a good lead head. Aug 29, 2017
Matt Wilber
San Mateo, CA
Matt Wilber   San Mateo, CA
I appreciated having a sling for the tree near the start of the 4th pitch. Also placed a .4 camalot between the tree and the first bolt, but it wasn't that necessary. Aug 13, 2018
Shelby, NC
stolo   Shelby, NC
Might want to carry a small wrench, ran into a handful of loose bolts bc of freeze thaw. Fun route, good friction and the P3 crux is memorable. Aug 20, 2018