Type: Trad, 325 ft (98 m), 3 pitches
FA: Scott Ayers and Laura Wilkinson, 2001
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Shared By: John Sirois on Feb 17, 2019
Admins: Jared LaVacque, Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Brian Boyd

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P1: 5.11- Thin, hard moves to the 1st bolt - stick clip advised - then traverse up and right past several bolts. At this point there is a bolt above and a bolt even farther right. Go right into a shallow scoop and then, finally, up past a bolt to the anchors.

P2: 5.11- Head up the obvious line of bolts above past a roof formed from a sharp tongue of rock to a pin below a bulging roof. An extremely long reach (helps to be ~6'5" tall!) out of an undercling of this roof gets to the 1st of two more bolts before anchors above a chicken head rail.

P3: 5.11- Ascend easy plates up and right into the corner where you can see a high bolt on the right wall. You probably want to protect the clip with gear in the corner. After you have the bolt clipped launch up a few devious moves to large plates that can be slung to span the gap to the final bolt before reaching anchors.

Rap the line or else rap straight to the anchors on top of the 1st pitch of Forest Lawn with a 70m and from there to the ground.


Left of Forest Lawn by 50' or so starting from the top of a flat Boulder that drops away on it's left side.


Around 11 draws, several slings for chicken heads on the final pitch and a medium sized (1"-3") cam to protect clipping the 1st bolt on the final pitch.