Type: Trad, 220 ft (67 m), 2 pitches
FA: Dave Daly, Nate Durrant, Roger Hayashi, Gerry Jessuran and Leo Miner (Sept 2009)
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Shared By: Dave Daly on Dec 18, 2018
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Pitch 1:  Start at a thin crack that eventually peters out to a seam (small RP's and blue/green Aliens helpful). Clip a bolt above the seam and work up to the 2nd bolt (.10c). Pass the 2nd bolt and move up and left toward a crack above. Clip the 3rd bolt, while doing a combination of friction stem moves to the crack (pro: #2 Camelot). Pull through the crack and into easier terrain (5.6, 110'). Belay on gear (pro to #4).

Pitch 2:  Continue up the left to right slanting crack to the top of the far left side of the Gold Buttress. Once at the buttress, make a steep yet easy series of moves on good knobby features (110'). Belay at the the notch (pro to #1 and slings). Walk off right and down slabs to the right side of Lost Eagle to return to the base.


This route starts on the far right side of the apron and 40' left of the Gold Buttress.

NOTE: There is a 7-bolt route to the left of 'Five Amigos' (approx 25') called 'Touch Of Grey' (5.10+, 115'). 'Touch Of Grey' shares a chained anchor with an .11a/b top rope and the 5.7 off-width crack to the far left.


- Quickdraws (3 bolts)
- Pro to # 4 (small RP's and Aliens helpful on Pitch 1)