Type: Aid, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Anderson, April 2019
Page Views: 442 total · 13/month
Shared By: Manderson198 on Apr 28, 2019
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Start with a good cam in a roof/block crack. Climb up, and follow under the roofs up and to the right. When things blank out after about 30 feet, head straight up over tiered roofs, using micro/offset nuts in seams to the left and right, interspersed with cam hooks, hooks, and tricams. Aim for a medium sized tree at the top. After some tenuous hooks, you will eventually be rewarded with the most perfect grey metolius placement ever. After this, traverse left for a couple of cam moves, get an okay hook, and sling a big root for the last placement. This gets you to the tree anchor.


From the top of the approach gulley, walk left for about five minutes. Eventually you will reach a section of the cliff with a big undercut, and a couple of stacks of choosy layered rock underneath. Near the left side of this overhang is where this route starts. This is beneath an obvious right-facing corner beneath a big flat roof. Left of the mixed route Fire in the Belly, and right of the route Aryan Way.


Double cams from 00 metolius to BD #3. Double pink, red, and single blue tricams. Double blue and red ballnuts. Micro nuts and micro offsets. Cam hook, and grappling and talon hooks.