Type: Trad, Alpine, 300 ft (91 m), 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: Jake Perkinson, Bryan Ringgold and Greg Hughes
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Shared By: Greg Hughes on Aug 16, 2018
Admins: Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson

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Description

Enjoyable climb on good rock. Easy approach from beautiful campsite in valley northeast. Located on the south face of the Intimidator Buttress. Start at the bottom of a large left leaning flake at the base of the buttress.

Pitch 1 - Climb the flake to a slab, then move right into a left facing corner. Sustained 5.9 climbing up to a good belay ledge. 110'
Pitch 2 - Move off the belay ledge to the right and another nice corner crack and wish it was longer. Exit the corner and climb discontinuous cracks to another nice belay ledge. 5.8 90'
Pitch 3 - Climb straight up to a slightly overhanging crack system. Continue to the top of the buttress. 5.8 100'

Easy walk off, north or south.

Intimidator Buttress

South face of Intimidator Buttress which is found about 1.5 miles up the drainage from the New Fork Park Trail on the north east side. 

Protection

Standard rack, doubles from .5 to 3".

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