Type: Trad, 125 ft (38 m)
FA: Chuck Grossman and Doug Scott 1981
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Shared By: Nick Schlichtman on Dec 16, 2018 · Updates
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Access Issue: The Cabin Wall and the Island are both closed to climbing Details


Sporty and suprisingly solid Chinle guards the start. Channel your inner bird, and nest some C3s to get you to the goods. It is tips to fingers for 50ish feet. Then journey though varied hands with multiple good rests. This is a really great route.


It is just left (40ish feet) of Key Hole.


Purple and green c3 Camalots, 0.3 (2), triples 0.4 - #2, #3 (2), and a #4.

It is a long pitch. A 70m rope got us down with rope to spare. A 60m rope might reach with some stretch (unconfirmed). You could likely get yourself to solid and higher ground just to the left.