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|Type:||Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 3 pitches|
|FA:||FFA Chris Skalka and Zach Landis September 23, 2018|
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|Shared By:||Zach Landis on Jul 26, 2018|
|Admins:||Jason Hayden, Luc-514, Kris Fiore|
P2 5.10a: Locate the second pitch by a short scramble up 4th class terrain and belay right below 2 low bolts in a corner. Climb the corner and eventually work your way out left onto a face. Pass more bolts on the face. At this point you will be very close to the neighboring route, Bum Cakes, and you can link over to this line and go to the Bum Cakes anchor. Otherwise, continue up on good holds. Pass a series of cracks and slots placing a couple pieces of gear at good stances. Turn a slight lip, passing out of sight of your belayer, continue up and to the right on an open slab passing 3more bolts and placing a couple more pieces of gear. After clipping the last bolt easier terrain gains a ledge with a 2 bolt anchor. From this anchor two 60 meter ropes are the safest option to get down but you may make it with a single 70m.
P3 5.10a: The third pitch climbs directly above the belay. Clip the first bolt (glue in wave bolt) and continue to a nice stance where you place a piece of gear. Continue up past more wave bolts on good holds. After the 4th bolt a small ramp leads up and right to a ledge. Place gear off the ledge and work up to a bolt. Good edges and side pulls get you past 3 more bolts. Good hand holds and good feet get you to a #2 in a horizontal crack. Shake out, chalk up and get ready because things are about to get exciting from here. Crimps and good feet get you up to the last bolt, right below the belay ledge. A tricky, bouldery, sequence (well protected) gets you up and on to the ledge and a 2 bolt anchor.
3 rappels down from here get you back to the ground. Or if you want to top out, traverse right of the belay ledge onto somewhat dirty and lichen covered ground. There is one bolt that you can clip and continue up and to the right to the trees above. The walk around to the west (towards the lake) is the best option to walk down.