Type: Trad, TR, 40 ft (12 m)
FA: Kelty Godby?
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Shared By: Kelty Godby on Nov 7, 2017
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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Route is easily top roped by building a natural anchor, utilizing the large tree. Lower or rappel to just above the water. Start the route with an undercling under a very small roof (if you choose to lead the route it is possible to build a trad anchor under the roof). Stay on the face above the roof using the arete and holds to the right (crux). Find a nice flake underneath a large overhang and traverse left a little to avoid the overhang, then up and right on a ramp to top out.


This route is on the N. facing overhanging wall to the climber's right of hummels’ landing. You are at the top of the route when at the base of hummels’ landing.


Anchor (if top roping) webbing for large tree (protect the tree with shirt or something)
Anchor (if leading) small nuts and .1 (X4)
No need to protect the bottom portion as it is a clean fall into deep water. Below the overhang plug in a .1 (X4), or small nut. There is a .5 or .4 placement on the traverse before topping out. Don't recommend as a deep water solo because of the traverse at the top.