Type: Sport, 135 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Craig Zaspel & Ron Brunckhorst (Aug. 2000)
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Shared By: Matt Wenger on Aug 1, 2018
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Description

A surprisingly great route! However, this route has likely seen little traffic over years, so wear a helmet, and tread lightly. Think of this route as a slight adventure route, and check holds before you yank on them. 

Pitch 1: (5.9, 75') Climb up a short, bolted slab to a steep, juggy pocketed light brown face. Angle a bit left and then end in a cozy notch.

Pitch 2: (5.7, 60') Angle up and slightly right from the notch, following bolts. Head right around a good undercling bulge, and finish on chains on the north face. Super airy, exposed, and fun!

Descent: If you have a 70m rope, one long 35m rappel will dump you out on easy slab with about 10' of down "climbing". Otherwise rappel down to P1 chains and then do a 2nd rappel.

Location

When looking up at Yogi, this route ascends the adjacent spire to your left.

Protection

Bolts to chains. Bring 14-15 draws (2-3 extendibles) if you want to run it in one long pitch.

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