Type: Sport, 250 ft (76 m), 4 pitches
FA: R. Boscarino
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Shared By: M PR on Jul 5, 2019
Admins: Heliodor Jalba

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4 pitches on varied terrain. Stemming, slab, overhang and vertical.

P1. 10c, 9 bolts - cool stemming moves lead to a crux traverse then easier terrain
P2. .9, 6 bolts - easy, quality, slab climbing
P3. 10c, 8 bolts, hardish moves at the beginning lead to easier terrain then some thin moves.
P4. 10b, 5 bolts of crazy fun traverse to a lip/roof pull. Don't skip this pitch!!!

Great belay stations the whole way.  If you want to link pitches you can link 1 and 2 or 2 and 3.  Don't link 3 and 4.  The traverse increases rope drag.

Rappel beta:
70 meter rope is required. Rappel from the top of P4 to the P2 ledge then from P2 to P1 (tie knots on both rappels!!!!).  On the rappel from P2 ledge clip one rope in the directional on P1 for a clean rope pull.


Tag #30, up on the ledge, all the way on the left. Climb up the Ledge Approach Route for six bolts (5.9 rating) and you'll see the ledge with a trail on your left.


Bolts to chain anchors


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