Type: Trad, 150 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Mark Sprague, Amy Colbourn - Spring 2017
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Shared By: M Sprague on Sep 18, 2017
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description

The first route you see coming to the Main Wall from main approach trail, it makes a great introduction to Greens, with a nice mix of delicate face, stem corner and hand jamming.
P1 Layback and jam a short flake/crack, then either step left to better gear in a horizontal then straight up to the first bolt or continue up the crack until you can reach left to it (slightly easier but thinner gear). Continue left and up across the face past another bolt(crux) to a short hand crack that brings you up into the base of a beautiful jam/layback/ stem corner. The bolts on the arete are for the 10 to the left. Continue up the crack to a belay on the right. P2 From the bolted belay on the lower ledge, head straight up the nice handcrack. The top anchor has ramshorns and you can lower to the big ledge with anchors to the left (anchor of Volcano 5.10)

Location

Right hand side, where the spur trail first brings you to the wall, walk right about 20' and a short crack leads to 2 glue-in bolts angling left across the face

Protection

single nuts and cams up to #3, double cams grey or purple through red #1 (Camalots), 2 bolts and bolted anchors

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