Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Bruce Burgess 1995
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Shared By: Bruce Burgess on Jan 28, 2018
Admins: Ky Bishop, Steve Lineberry, Aaron Parlier

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More of the same amazing granite edge crimping found on other routes on this section of the CatWalk followed by some good ole Whiteside 5.9+ gear protected face. Stick-clip the first bolt if necessary, then boulder up to the first good crimps. Power up to a good crimp where clipping the 2nd bolt may be reachy for some. Sustained climbing (crux) continues up and left past the 3rd bolt to the 4th bolt where the angle lessens a bit. Continue over a faint vertical seam using knobs and edges to a good horizontal with pro. The next section to the top changes character with easier climbing and a bit of runout between placements. Move up easier ground to a buldge slightly to the right with good pro. Pull over the buldge trending up a ways and then traverse right taking the line of least resistance keeping an eye out for a blue TCU and eventually .75 camalot just below the top. Look for a white pine on the clifftop for your anchor. You can lower with a 60m which just makes it.

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On CatWalk ledge 30ft left of Pussy-Footin and 25ft right of Ramp Dinner.

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4 bolts, light rack blue TCU - #3 Camalot, slings for tree on top.