Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Jon Jugenheimer & Angela Limbach
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Shared By: jon jugenheimer on Jul 5, 2017
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Situated on the face of a pillar, the red colored rock stands out and begs to be climbed. The pillar is the end game, but start the route above the belay bolt on the left wall for a move or two to gain the piller's face holds. Clip the first bolt before committing to the face and off you go!

Their isn't really one defined crux, as the climbing is about the same for the whole way consisting of small crimps and using the arrete on the right as you see fit. The second bolt is the crux clip, so take care there to not risk a ground fall if you miss the clip, maybe climb past just a bit to the large, flat edge to clip at your torso, rather than clip above your head from a crimp below.


Located where the approach trail first meets the cliff, look up and around a small birch tree on a broken pedestal of rock. Climb the right side of the pedestal via broken and dirty rock to the top where a slightly sloping ledge is used for the belay. A belay bolt can be used to protect an accidental fall from the ledge.


6 bolts to the anchor