Avg: 4 from 2 votes
|Type:||Trad, Aid, 600 ft, 4 pitches|
|Page Views:||175 total · 35/month|
|Shared By:||Chad N on Jun 15, 2019|
|Admins:||M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes|
P1: 90’ 5.10a. From far right side of Jungle Ledge, climb dirty blocks to get into the chimney. Head up to some chock stones and a small, tight ledge. Careful not to kick the chocks down the chasm. Belay takes a #5 cam and #11 hex.
P2: 150’ 5.10b/C1. Four star pitch. Up from the chocked ledge, where amazing feet edges keep coming, gets steep and tight to place pro. The 5’s, 6’s and the 9 work well here. Commit to a memorable and airy run up and out of the chimney to knobs, some med. pro at a crack. To a spacious ledge. Fun!
P3: 100’ 5.10b/C1. From the spacious ledge, it’s thin, balanced moves off the deck with a wide 3,4” crack. Dirty and awkward up to another hard bit at chocks, then a dirty gully past trees to a belay under the oak trees.
*From here the original route goes right to a slab then traverse, above the climb Slowburn, and under a roof bulge. Then a second pitch up an oak filled gully. We chose a straight up variation that is one pitch and probably a better option.
P4: 210’ 5.9. Straight up in a wide crack to knobs, a traverse out right on knobs to a cool arete, then slab. Knob tie offs at the arete and before the slab run. Step over a gully and up the easy slab to a big ledge. Another fun pitch.
500’+ of 3rd class to the summit.