Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Daniel Kaye on Apr 29, 2019
Admins: Euan Cameron, Luc-514

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Access Issue: Summer closures Details

Description

A thin start leads to a low crux traversing left to a good crack. Follow this crack up on sustained but easier terrain. Be aware of the runout after the 5th bolt or so - the next olt is just above a ledge about 10m up, and you can't really see it from below. I trended right on the easier-looking rock, and although not hard I still felt uncomfortable there. Bring some cams or nuts if you'd like for this section.
 follow more medium-terrain to a handledge, and perform one last heady mantel to get the final smaller runout to the anchors.

Carefull cleaning because the route trends left the whole time.

Also, about halfway up you pass an anchor for the 7b to the left. FYI, this route continues up to a much higher anchor.

Also, also, this route has some dirt and loose rocks, wear helmets and be alert.

Location

Right-most route on the right area of this section, starts up a crack-ish thing just up and left of a tree, and follow the bolts that are sometimes not immediately visible from the previous bolt.

Protection

Bolts with a runout or two - not dangerous but definitely scary.

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