Type: Trad, Alpine, 400 ft, 4 pitches
FA: Henry Yglesias & Jerome Webber GU June 2018
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Shared By: Jerome Webber on Jun 13, 2018
Admins: M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Access Issue: Domeland Wilderness Area Details

Description

P1: Origin Unknown.   5.9 100 ft, 3 bolts to anchor.   The easiest start is behind the tree, climb into a scoop and use a fingertip mantle with a hand foot match to step up in the upper scoop, climb the face directly to the first bolt. Continue up the arete to the second bolt. The crux is getting to the third bolt.  Alternate starts:  1) stay on arete from ground 5.10   2)haul trad gear out and climb the dihedral, though the recent growth spurt of the less than friendly photosynthetic organisms in the dihedral have produced a bit of a barrier.  

P2:  5.10 100 ft.  7 bolts to anchor. P3:  5.10 100 ft.  8 bolts to anchor.
P4:  5.10 100 ft.  4 bolts to anchor.   Stay on or slightly to right of bolt line. Venturing left requires 5.11/12 moves to get back over to bolts.  

DESCENT:  Rappel the route using a single 60m rope.  

Protection

Gear required: single 60m rope and 8 quick draws.

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