Type: Sport, 700 ft (212 m), 7 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: S Perry on Jul 6, 2018
Admins: Phil Lauffen, Shawn Heath

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All of the belays are bolted, and most of them were quite comfortable.

P1: a long (35m), but relatively easy pitch with one tricky move kind of low (maybe 5.8ish).
P2: the crux with relatively sustained vertical climbing on interesting holds. Figuring out how to use the holds took some time, but if you cant pull all of the moves you could probably pull on draws past the hard bits (5.10cish).
P3: start by traversing right under the small roof and then up the nice corner crack to a good belay ledge (5.9+).
P4: adventurous and awkward climbing up blocky terrain. Though the climbing is easier, I felt this pitch was the headiest based on the position of the bolts and the awkward movement (5.8).
P5: a fun stretch of vertical climbing to some easy slab (5.8).
P6: another fun pitch with a short (20ft.) section of 5.10 climbing up a vertical face (5.10-).
P7: a long (35ish m) but easy pitch to reach the top (5.6/5.7).

I linked pitch 5 and 6 which seemed pretty natural. You could also probably link the first 2 pitches if you are comfortable at the grade and have a lot of quickdraws.


Walk up to the base of the crag and head right for a minute or two. It should have the name written on the base, but if not (it wasn't there when we climbed it) the first pitch starts just to the left of "Gelato".


Bring maybe 15 draws. Some alpines and double lengths are nice for the longer pitches.


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