Type: Sport, 90 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Unknown (to me)
Page Views: 106 total · 19/month
Shared By: Kris S on Jun 3, 2019
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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There is a single bolt 'anchor' at 90' before it trends hard left. This bolt has some sun bleached slings and a rap ring on it (don't rap off this tat). Due to the bolt placements, every draw should be an alpine runner unless you love rope drag. Due to the horrible quality of the rock, there are fewer and fewer holds.

Due to the position of the first bolt, you must do tenuous slab climbing about 30' off the ground to reach it without stickclipping over from the starting ledge. Due to the lack of holds, you must be a slab wizard to get the large cobble/inclusion just below the 'anchor'. Due to the 'anchor,' it's not 'safe' in the modern sense to bring up your second or clean and lower from the route. Plus, the bolts look like hammer-in rivets and 1/4" expansion bolts. Climb at your own risk.


To the left of that excellent, arching trad line (Too Young To Fly) is a 'fully bolted' slab that starts from the top of the detached, leaning slab/boulder.


Bolts + optional piece (#2 BD) at funky, thin flake after bolt 3. I am not sure if this giant flake would hold a fall.


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