Avg: 2 from 11 votes
|Type:||Sport, 40 ft (12 m)|
|FA:||Mike Lewis, 7.25.17|
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|Shared By:||Mike Lewis on Jul 25, 2017|
|Admins:||Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC|
1. Please follow all the rules stated on the kiosk at the base of the cliff.
2. Do not scramble above and try to get down to the top of the bolted climbs to set up topropes - this endangers those below and encourages too much traffic on the top of the cliff.
3. Educational, recreational, and commercial groups may want to use the top of the cliff for rappelling. This is okay if NO ONE else is below and you are using the River Wall, not the Amphitheater Wall. Access the top by walking the trail up the hill at the far West end of the River Wall. Do not let your clients, friends, students run around at the top of the cliff in sight of the houses. Keep everyone chill and out of sight of the houses.
4. Try to use quiet communication when people are setting up or using the amphitheater.
Also: climbing on the Amphitheater Wall is off-limits when shows are happening at the amphitheater during the summer - usually a few afternoons and evenings per week. There is a sign placed when the amphitheater is closed or closes early.
Begin under the 2 foot roof about 10 feet off the ground - there is a nice jug ledge. Go up to the roof, use sidepulls to get out of the right side of the roof. Move up and left to the 2nd bolt. Share the nice, chalky jug from Shrek about midway up, and then move up and right to follow the line of bolts. The few slabby moves at the top are easy but may feel a little scary with a good pump. The original bolted version of the route did not have the last bolt.