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Type: Trad, TR, 170 ft, 2 pitches, Grade V
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Mikey Anderson on Aug 28, 2017
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC

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Description

Start similar to nuts amongst the trees on the slab around the right of the main wall in the shade. Slink up the slab around the tree and scramble to rock face with two parrallel, trending right, vertical cracks. Climb and sow up right crack to small living tree (not dead tree). Second pitch from the small living tree. Climb the obvious corner up to either set of bolts in buried around loose pebbles. Start in the corner and run up to roof, pull out right of the roof and traverse right to a notch and run that up as far as you can and then make the obvious traverse left back into the corner. Finish up the corner and mantle onto the loose pebble top out. Crux is top out due to loose pebbles and pulling to right of the roof (just a little awkward).

Location

Facing the main wall, head around to the right into the shady trees. At the base of a slabby back angle boulder. Second pitch starts on the first bit of "sidewalk" to the River View Ledge.

Protection

Plenty of gear up to BD cam 3 Very wandering. Up, traverse right, up, traverse back left, up; extend or run out.

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