Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Kat A on Mar 11, 2018
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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This line appears aesthetic from a distance, though has loose rock and sandy sections. Starts with red/gold camalots, to a short wide section, followed by more gold/red/green camalots. Higher up, the crack becomes increasingly thinner, eventually down to black alien size. The Kelley guidebook indicates "off-fingers and tight hands", though micro cams strongly advised.

Listed at 5.11, it felt like 5.12 near the top where the crack thins to blue/black aliens. Can be aided if needed.

Anchor is a piton and bolt, with slings and biners. You may wish to bring cord to backup the anchor as this route appears to receive little traffic.

Location Suggest change

Right of Quickdraw, left of Unnamed 5.10+ (the route with the stembox start / wide section up high). Faces south.

Protection Suggest change

Triples in #0.5-#2 camalots, and doubles in black, blue, green and yellow aliens. If free-climbing the upper section, you may use fewer micro-cams though the rock is soft.

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