Type: Trad, Alpine, 450 ft (136 m), 3 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Kelty Godby on May 28, 2018
Admins: Eric Bluemn, Mike Engle

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P1: Head up the ramp, as you would for the left start of the “standard route.” At the ledge, traverse left 10 feet and set a gear anchor behind a solid flake.
P2 (R): Fun! Head straight up off the anchor and gain the arch. Traverse left under the arch until you get to a bolt and then head over the first roof. Pull the second roof on a decent jug and you’ll be at the anchor. The anchor is visible from the belay.
P3 (R): Head up and left off the belay. Gain the arch and continue left until directly under the anchor for “in over my head” there are two bolts that protect the move over the roof (Crux, tricky but fun), which gets you to the two bolt anchor.
Descent: Rappel (single rope or double rope options) see rap beta on main page beta photo.
The R rating on P2 and P3 is for the moves off the anchor. Once in the arches the gear is solid on both pitches. Significant run outs off the anchor on both pitches. I recommend bringing a screamer for the anchors.


The start is the same as the left start for the “standard route,” as pictured in the beta photo


Single .1 BD. Doubles from .2-3, and a set of stoppers.