Type: Trad, 350 ft, 4 pitches, Grade V
FA: Ben Hobgood, Jeremy Hyatt
Page Views: 308 total · 30/month
Shared By: Ben Hobgood on Mar 15, 2018
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

P1: climb 30 feet up to place medium nuts and cams in a horizontal crack. Continue up a vertical section (crux) to a ramp sloping up to the left where you run it out into a dihedral where you can find more pro.

P2: climb up looking for red blocks, and gain a ledge to the right of them. Traverse a nice grassy ledge climbers left. There are nice horizontal cracks about 5 feet above the ledge that take medium nuts up to #3 cam for an anhor.

P3: move left from the anchor to sling an arch/hole in the rock for protection just above the anchor, and run it out to a tree 100' up. Belay from pod up and right of the tree.

P4: enjoy chickenheads and good pro to top out.

Walk off / rap: traverse right and north along the canyon wall until you see cairns, downclimb to narrowing gully, rap with 1 60 meter into the gully and hike out.

This could probably be done in 3 pitches.

Location

Parkview Dome has an obvious rib going up the right side that creates left and right-facing dihedrals at the top 1/4 of the dome. This climb starts below the left side of the left dihedral and climbs up rippled rock unprotected on 5.0 for 30 feet into horizontal cracks. Above the cracks, there is an 8’ vertical wall and a right-facing dihedral left up a ramp. See the beta photos.

This route starts down the trail climber's left of "Hey Ranger!" at one of the lowest spots on the dome.

Protection

A set of nuts and cams to a #3.

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