Type: Trad, 115 ft (35 m)
FA: John Lang, Mark Rafferty, Peyton Hinn, & Ethan Meide 29, Aug 2019 (ground up)
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Shared By: John Lang on Aug 29, 2019 · Updates
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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This beautiful line is one you should not pass up!  Very rarely can you climb steep, pumpy, overhanging granite jugs with incredible exposure.  

This route goes directly up the NW arete.  Begin in the quartz water chute and climb past a high first bolt and some shallow finger-sized gear to gain the horizontal.  Follow the next few bolts to reach the base of the prominent flake, home to a few baby pigeons learning a new skill...  Place a few pieces and prepare to fire through the crux. At the sixth and final bolt continue straight up and follow the flake to the summit.


NW Arete


6 bolts, single rack (C4 #.2 - #1), nuts

Bolted webbing anchors.
70m rope for the rappel