Type: Trad, 70 ft (21 m)
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Shared By: Jason Halladay on Dec 2, 2017
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Center Stage isn't on the Chilly Willy Wall proper but, instead, on the wall right by the river between the river and the Chilly Willy Wall. A beautiful setting right on the edge of the stream. 

Make fun, bouldery moves off the ground to a good stance, and the first gear, about eight feet off the ground. Climb the wide crack and face holds on the left to a wider section that gets a bit steeper. A #5 camalot could prove useful here.

The wide crack narrows to great hands just when you want it to pull over the bulge to easier but slightly awkward crack climbing to a great stance just below the finishing slab.

Clip a bolt and climb licheny slab past one more bolt and the anchors.


On the wall right by the river just before the first bridge crossing. To access it, walk the main trail and cross the river on the first bridge. Then walk back upstream on the river bank to the route.


.4 camalot, #1 through #5 camalot with doubles in the #3 and #4 to really sew it up. A couple of quickdraws for the two bolts on the slab. Lowering biners on the anchor.