Type: Sport, 190 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Prep: Dave McRae, solo. FFA Dave McRae and Tyler Tanhoff 9/2017
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Shared By: Dave McRae on Nov 7, 2017
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Undertaker burls through several overhangs, and like everything else at the Overlook, it's steeper than it looks.  Minor ledge fall potential and spaced bolting make this a good route to not fall on.

P1. Start at a boulder problem through an overhanging fist crack (.10+), after a shake at a ledge, power past sloping melons on a steep, rounded arete. 9 bolts, 5.11a, 90 feet.

P2. Navigate one bulge after another while mostly avoiding OW moves in the six inch crack. 8 bolts, 5.10+, 90 feet.

Descent: If lowering from the second pitch anchor, make sure to clip a leash/draw to the belay end of the rope to pull back to the belay ledge rather than be stuck hanging in space. Or, top out and belay off the tree and scramble off.


Located on the North facing, downhill side of Steins Overlook. Undertaker is just right of a huge chimney/cave feature, and starts at an overhanging fist crack protected by a single bolt.


All bolts with stainless steel 'biners on the anchors.