Type: Trad, 120 ft (36 m)
FA: Stireman, Logan Urrutia
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Shared By: Serial Crusher on Jun 1, 2018
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One of the more approachable moderates at Bishop Peak, this route starts up a slab to the right of Hanging Teeth, (and Left of P Wall Direct), and then goes over a small roof at bolt 2 (5.8). A few more gear and bolt protected sections bring you up to a crux, getting over another small roof (.10b). Then go up the good crack behind a flake (gear) and join hanging teeth for the last 3 bolts (5.8). From there you can belay, or make it to the top with a 70.

A good route for the grade and very accessible to the onsight leader. Go for it!

Bring a 70m if you are planning to rap or TR.


The slab between Hanging Teeth (Left), and P-Wall Direct (Right).


Bolts, Gear to 2"