Avg: 3 from 5 votes
|Type:||Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 3 pitches, Grade II|
|FA:||May 2019 Jenna, Jeff, William|
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Second Pitch: Follows the obvious crack with some interesting face moves before pulling into the off-width. Getting lucky with the Leavitation and it goes at 5.8, or eschew the crack and ride the struggle buss to freedom, 5.10. After the off-width section, stem past the fun chimney to chains at the left side of the chasm.
Third Pitch: Obvious bolt line. After the fourth bolt one can move left onto low angle terrain (the legit way) or trend right on steeper rock (converging with Suntoucher for a move or two-- not so legit but fun), then up the final off-width dihedral and thrutch over the lip to the third pitch chains- wary of loose rock.
First pitch: small nuts and cams up to hand sized pieces, tricams can be helpful in triangular pockets
Second pitch: Cams from 1 to 6 (Camelot equivalent) with doubles from #2 through #5. On the top half RPs and small nuts, or an entirely unnecessary #4 big bro, can offer protection.
Third pitch: 4 draws, 1 to 2 inch cams, a small and mid sized nuts and possibly a number 2 ball nut and a #4 Camalot for the final wide crack.