Avg: 3 from 1 vote
|Type:||Trad, Alpine, 450 ft, 5 pitches|
|FA:||FA: D Lussier, V Hempsall, B Sawyer ’12. FFA: D Lussier, J Luthy ’14|
|Page Views:||320 total · 19/month|
|Shared By:||Thor Stewart on Jul 27, 2018|
P2: (5.10- 40m) Climb up and left past a small pine tree and the left side of a 5m high detached pillar. Continue up and left to a beautiful hand crack in a shallow, right-facing corner and eventually a small overhang near the top.
P3: (5.12a 45m) Climb the thin crack above passing a 2 fixed pitons. Continue up the steep wall following the thin crack past 5 bolts. Beautifully exposed.
P4: (5.10+ 25m) Climb up a right-facing corner with a small bolt-protected roof near the top. Harder than it looks.
P5: trad. Climb up and left through easier ground to the summit. Beaware of large loose blocks.