Type: Trad, 320 ft (97 m), 4 pitches
FA: Carl Austrom, Robin Barley, 1981. Direct start: Chris Joseph, Steve Wickham, July 2003
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Shared By: David Brayden on Jul 3, 2018
Admins: Mark Roberts, Mauricio Herrera Cuadra, Kate Lynn, Braden Batsford

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The original route here. Named for the weaving path the line takes up the wall, where if you step on a snake on pitch 3 you’ll end up right back on pitch 2. FA'd ground up, onsight, while scrubbing with a brush and drilling on lead. Recleaned July 2018.

P1. Gain the corner from the right and exit left when possible. Gear belay near a stump up higher. The original start comes in on ledges from ~10m up the gully on the right (.9, ~20m).  

P2. Climb the fun curving corner above, then traverse a thin slabby ramp left to a bolted belay (.9, 2 bolts, ~25m).  

P3. Excellent climbing on dyke features right then up to a bolted belay on a ledge. Committing moves to get to the first bolt (.11a, 6 bolts, ~20m).  

P4. Up dyke features on the right to gain easier ground and a ramp to the top (.10a, 1 bolt, ~20m).


Start below the steep right facing corner 15 meters from the gully at the right end of the wall. 


SR to 2 inches


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