Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Todd Bol, Evan Horenovsky, and Garrick Steele
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Shared By: garrick steele on Nov 7, 2017
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: State Park@SEMICOLON@ Fee Required. Details

Description

The crux is in the dihedral at the bottom of the route. This is a short but fun jaunt with epic views over your shoulder.

While the first and second buttresses of Mt. Thorodin have seen significant development, the third buttress has an obscure history. If anyone is able to shed some light on this crag it would be much appreciated. The FA listed here is simply the first known ascent.

Location

This is the furthest route to the north on the Zephyr Ledge (upper tier), just past the bolted 11b/c, and is in National Forest, not part of the state park.

Approach by climbing up to the anchors of Tenzing's Route and The Zephyr and continuing up to the right, past a bolt, to the Zephyr Ledge rap anchors, then walk about 120 feet north until you see the dihedral start.

To get down, rap off the top chains and walk back to the Zephyr Ledge rap station. This requires a 70m rope.

Protection

A standard rack: 0.3 - 3. This shares anchor chains with Thorodin's Hammer.

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