Type: Trad, Alpine, 350 ft (106 m), 4 pitches, Grade II
FA: Eric Salmi & PC Crew 2008
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Shared By: Rob Duncan on Jul 29, 2019
Admins: Jim Clarke, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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This route is radical. Thanks for equipping whoever established it! we used the photo topo that Craig Martin posted, route #6, as our guide, so I thought I would add this description to encourage repeats.

p1: 10a bolted pitch to the big ledge
p2: 11a mostly bolts, but I placed one camalot on an easier section. (in the middle of p2 you can move left onto a different line 'Brave New World', marked by the blue line #5 in craig's photo topo)
p3: 11c very very cool pitch! I placed a few finger pieces, very obvious placements.
p4: 11a Craig's photo topo indicates this pitch is 11c, we felt it was a bit easier. At the end of the pitch the bolting moves you right on a nice panel of rock where the crux lurks. I thought this was a bit contrived, as easier climbing goes straight up, but its nice climbing. Either way, this pitch is significantly easier than p3.

Location Suggest change

first pitch is easily identified by being just left of Powerslave (about 20 feet left). 

Protection Suggest change

a single set of camalots from .3 to 1, a few slings, about 15 draws. rap with a single 70m rope.