Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Kevin Enriquez
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Shared By: Kevin Enriquez on Dec 7, 2018
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This climb could start at the base of the wall, but due to rope drag and rock fall, scrambling to the flat ledge just under the crack could offer a safer belay station.

From the upper ledge - Follow the crack up the most obvious line which trends left and widens at a diagonal crack before topping out. Large boulders to sling for anchors after topping out.

From the base - head up the water carved formation towards the cactus, top out, use an undercling to traverse to the base of the crack, and then refer to the beta above.

This climb could be climbed as a top rope. It protects well the entire climb, but the fact that you are climbing a giant detached wall becomes more obvious the higher you climb.


The upper crack section is an prominent feature to look out for. The route is just past No Turning Back on the south side wall. 


Standard Rack