Type: Trad, Alpine, 300 ft (91 m), 3 pitches
FA: C. Swetland, M. Kanutsgaad, 90s; JT. Croston, A. Kristiansen, 10.
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Shared By: Thor Stewart on Apr 25, 2018
Admins: Mark Roberts, Mauricio Herrera Cuadra, Kate Lynn, Braden Batsford

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P1: Climb a short section of lichen-covered rock to a wide crack that goes right into, right-facing corner. Follow this to a belay ledge. (30m 5.9) Alternatively you can continue up the lichencovered rock to a mossy/treed corner to the ledge (5.8).

P2: Climb up the main right-facing corner to a belay just before a large roof on good great. (40m 5.10c)

P3: Once through the roof and the corner, go to easier ground above and belay at a tree. Watch for slippery feet with lichen in sections. (30m 5.10b)

To Descend, rap off the trees on the right of the climb and scramble your way around the bluffs.


Follow the base of the cliff left until you reach a large overhang. To your right is a small chimney – scramble up that to gain a large, open ledge. Start in the right-facing corner.


Standard rack.


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