Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m), 2 pitches
FA: Barnes/Hutten
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Shared By: old5ten on Jun 11, 2019
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P1 - after a couple of powerful moves getting to the first bolt via horizontal cracks/edges, follow the diagonally left trending series of flakes plates past bolts and small gear.  Step up and over the last plate to a slab and bolt (harder) or climb out the left side of the last plate and go up on easier ground (should still be able to clip the last bolt).  Pass a lip/roof on the left to some thin face/friction moves before gaining a good slot and traversing up and right to the bolted anchor.
This is an awesome pitch that really tests a variety of skills for the grade (10a).
P2 - traverse up and left from the anchor across a short face (5.8/9) to a diagonal crack, then continue to the top along easy plates.  This pitch has no bolts and requires a gear anchor and short scramble/walk-off to the North (see topo pic).


This is the first route outside of the chimney and is marked by a diagonally left trending series of plates.


Rack to 2" with and emphasis on smaller gear. Judicious use of slings will keep the rope moving nicely.