Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: J. Hamling, R. Hamling, J. Biddick July 2017
Page Views: 117 total · 35/month
Shared By: Josh Hamling on Aug 5, 2019
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Good jams, interesting footwork, variety and safe gear make this route fun. Work your way up a widish hand crack, transfer into the next crack on the right and then follow it up until it peters out. Place gear, do a tricky traverse left and then cruise up a short face section. You can place small gear in the horizontal crack or just stand up and clip the lone bolt. Do a fun move with the bolt protecting you, gallop up some easy face and clip the anchor.


The climb starts on the Sunday Gulch Trail right before the final steps leading to the bolted routes around the corner. If the trail traffic is low, you can belay from the landing between the sets of steps on the trail. If not, set up on one of the nearby boulders. There is often standing water below the route, but it’s easy enough to jump on with dry feet.


Small cams/nuts up to a Camalot 3. Runners help.