Type: Sport, 350 ft, 4 pitches
FA: D. Falcone R. Marchi - 2009
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Shared By: Alicia Sokolowski on Aug 28, 2017
Admins: Tim Wolfe, Shawn Heath

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Note: This route is rated 5c by local ratings. (5a obl.)

p1: Hardest pitch, with hardest moves in the first few bolts. It eases up considerably after. Go up a right-angled corner/chimney. Don't get too far in the chimney. 5.9-

p2: There is a 6b+ variation if you go right at the start. Otherwise, follow the bolt line straight and a bit left for mellow 5.7 climbing.

p3: Short, weird pitch. Traverse through bushy pebbly ledges protected by bolts and a piece of webbing attached to a bolt hanger that creaked when I yarded on it. If it breaks, you'll take a swing. 5.8-

p4: Very easy climbing to the top. Bolts become spaced when it's really just a scramble. 5.4

Descent: There is an established path at the top with red and white blazes. Follow it climber's left back to the walking trail / mountain bike path you came in on. (about 20 minutes back to parking)


50 feet from the established trail described in parent section. If you hit a talus field. you went too far, but just angle up and you will hit it. Name plate at the base.


Well bolted. Spaced on the last pitch, but it's very easy climbing at that point (more scramble than climb)