Type: Sport, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Kevin Capps, Nate Moore, Michael Hauck, 2017
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Shared By: Furthermore on Jan 15, 2018
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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From the sizable ledge, climb the rightmost bolt line (easily identified as the bolt line heading right from the two bottom belay bolts) up the white face. A short section of good holds leads to a sequential, sustained headwall of crimps. Finesse the crux near the top, and then motor on easy ground to the anchor.

Location Suggest change

Per Daniel Kaye: at the top right side of the crag, it's the second-rightmost bolt line from the comfortably small belay ledge with 2 black anchor bolts you probably don't need up there. Look for a bolt line that trends slightly right up a slopy-looking slightly-overhanging clean face for 6 or so visible bolts.

You get up to this ledge by following a trail with light scrambling under/along the cliff to climber's right, which eventually does a switchback or two and plops you at a small ledge with some anchor bolts. It's right of Hellbender (12b, which has a permadraw at a small roof about 6 clips up) and left of Bone Daddy (an awkward 5.9 that climbs up a broken, bulgy weakness in the cliff).

Protection Suggest change

[7] bolts + an anchor.

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