Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Dust Diedricksen on Oct 10, 2018 · Updates
Admins: Old Timer, jim.dangle, Joe M

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This is a lengthy trad route that traverses most of the G Wall (L to R) from Shark's Tooth nearly to the arete (right of Boardwalk). The crux is traversing right from the blocky prow of Shark's Tooth (below that route's bulgy crux) by underclinging a solid crack while smearing feet on the featureless slab. Continue right to join Boardwalkand follow the flakes/fins trending left to a blocky alcove at the summit.


Start at the blocky prow (i.e., Shark's Tooth) about 15' right of the bottomless chimney of FalloutLook for the bulging blocks (underneath The Cave) and the right-trending (undercling) crack that leads you past a roof. This route traverses most of the G Wall from left to right.


Nuts & cams up to 3"; and alpine draws will reduce rope drag. You can break this route into two pitches by belaying from the ledge above the "cave". This will require you to step back left after traversing through the bulges and past the roof.

Two bolts at the top for TR.