Type: Sport, 140 ft (42 m), 2 pitches
FA: Equipped by L.P. & P.P.
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Shared By: P P on Jul 31, 2018 · Updates
Admins: John Miller

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First route on the face right of the Rainbow Roof. Starts just right of a blunt arete. This one is a classic!

First pitch (5.10d): A 5.9 start gives way to gradually more difficult but super fun climbing, with a thought-provoking, but well-protected high crux. Hidden holds, right where you need them. 75 feet, 8 + anchors.

Second pitch (5.10c): Head left from first set of anchors into a crack system. Climb slabby crack to large blocks, then up onto a sizeable ledge under a roof. Move left to exit the roof, straddling precariously on a sharp arete, then trend rightward up a slab to anchors below a large oak tree. Easy to top out and walk off.  70 feet, 7 + anchors.  

Both pitches can be linked, but be prepared for a little rope drag at the end. TWO RAPPELS ARE NECESSARY - KNOT THE ENDS OF YOUR ROPES!.  If there's a lot of traffic on the route its polite to rap from the top anchors down to the extension pitch anchors(second set) of Butt Monkeys, its actualy a better repel option to begin with in my opinion.  The anchors are 25' climbers left of Beyond Hell, Above Heaven's first pitch anchors.

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Completely bolted, but the top pitch can be a fun trad lead.