Type: Trad, TR, 80 ft, 2 pitches
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Shared By: Chris Adams on Mar 8, 2018
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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P1: 5.10. slick start up an easy angle that quickly gets more vertical. Follow a shallow finger tips crack to the first bolt approximately 20 feet up. From here the angle eases off again. Clip a couple more bolts, past a horizontal hollow sounding crack, and then angle left to the anchors for Triple J. Or clip a nice bolt, about paralell with the anchors and keep going up. Crux is below first bolt to the second.
P2: 5.10- (from McDowell rock) climb crack on right side of face andthen over face and ramp to right somewhat around corner. A crack leads to the top and anchor. PG13 for the slick start and small gear protecting the crux.


To the right of triple J. Look for a thin, vertical, fingertips crack about 10 feet up. Then look for the first bolt up 10 more feet and to the right of that crack.


Small nuts. Cams: singles from 0.1 - #3. A pink tricam was bomber in the horizontal crack near the top of P1. Draws and slings (4 bolts)