Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 4 pitches
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Shared By: Salamanizer suchoski on Jan 30, 2019
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The first few pitches of this route are much easier and hardly a warmup for the main event. There are a number of ways you could approach the amazing dihedral of pitch 4. Finger of God and Fallen Angel are the more chosen approach pitches.

Pitch 1. (5.7) Climb up a wide and easy offwidth to a sloping ledge. Trend left and follow the corner above to a good ledge with a two bolt anchor.

Pitch 2. (5.9) A short series of left facing corners will bring you to a two bolt anchor at a hanging belay beneath a pine tree. Belaying in the pine tree is an option some people take.

Pitch 3. (5.10b) An often overlooked masterpiece of a pitch. You will ascend through every size from tight fingers to full on chimney in this ever widening crack. Beware that ones language and desperation will tend to open up as you get into a fist fight with this pitch. You will work for this moderate grade of .10b.


Starts in a wide crack 45 feet right of Fallen Angel. 


Cams, doubles .4" to 3". Single 4", 5", and 6". Nuts 1 set.


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