Type: Trad, 325 ft (98 m), 5 pitches
FA: Ron Olevsky
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Shared By: John Sirois on Apr 7, 2019
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane

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Access Issue: PRECIPITATION AND WET ROCK Details

Description

P1 - 5.9: Head up to the drilled angle 30 or 40 feet left of the start of Fragments from Floyd. From there up through good edges to a short corner crack and then a traverse right to past 3 drilled angles to the chain anchor shared with Fragments from Floyd.

P2 - 5.10a: Traverse down and right to the striking tips crack. Head up the striking crack to a chain anchor at its top. Easier than it looks.

P3 - 5.9: Head up and right from the anchor traversing past three drilled angles. Move up to another drilled angle and then work back left past two more to another chain anchor. A strange reverse-c shaped line.

P4 - 5.7: Head up and left from the belay on sugary rock. Gain a short section of fingers to hands crack at which point you can see chain anchors above maybe 50'. Climb past several drilled angles to get there.

P5 - 5.7: Continue up and slightly right past 5 or 6 drilled angles to the top of the formation.

Location

Starts 30 or 40 feet left of Fragments from Floyd at a drilled angle leading up through good edges to a short corner crack and then a traverse right to past 3 drilled angles to the anchor visible from the ground shared with Fragments from Floyd.

Protection

Doubles in thin tips, singles through hand-sized. Nuts and tricams work well in several spots on the crux second pitch.

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