Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: FA 1/16/90 Tim Olson, Robert McGown
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Shared By: bryans on Nov 7, 2017
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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Access Issue: Seasonal Peregrine Closure Details

Description

Boulder up an unprotected and balance-y seam about 15-20 feet to easy ledges below the roof with a lone bolt. Place a couple finger sized cams from the ledge, then make steep moves to reach the bolt and pull through the roof. If you don't want to deck, place a bomber nut in the crack about a body length past the bolt, and that same crack also takes a 1-2 inch cam once you stand above the roof. Easy terrain leads up and left on ledges to the anchor.

Location

Fairly easy to find: look for a lone bolt to the left of a prominent roof, about 25 feet up. About 15 feet to the right is a 10d route with 2 bolts on it. These routes have different starts but the same finish and anchor.

Protection

Trad gear to 2 inches, one bolt (see description).

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another Chad
  5.9
another Chad  
  5.9
Very fun climb but 5.10b? I feel like this one is easier than the 5.10a’s at Madrone.

Chad Dec 13, 2017