Type: Trad, 180 ft (55 m)
FA: Tom and Jerry
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Shared By: Tom Caldwell on Jan 22, 2018
Admins: Tom Caldwell, Steve Lineberry

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Excellent knobs and water grooving, well-protected. This route is not listed on the current topo in the kiosk.

The route starts right where the approach trail meets the Watergroove Wall. Look for two bolts down low. Make a slabby step up onto the apron to get to the first bolt. Excellent quartz knobs take you to another stance and the second bolt. Make some hard moves in the thin wide groove to gain a better stance above. Plug in a shallow but good #1 C4 and continue up the groove. Several small to finger sized pieces in a row lead to another bolt between the two grooves. Slap your way up the two grooves to the bulge overlap. Get some gear here and start into the narrow water groove. Continue up the water groove passing four more bolts and plenty of fun moderate climbing. After the 4th bolt, start to move up and right to the anchor shared with Two for One.


The route starts right where the approach trail meets the wall at two bolts down low. Two 60m ropes are required to get down.


#1 camalot and many small to finger sized pieces. Lots of slings and QD's for bolts. Two bolt anchor shared with Two for One.