Type: Trad, Alpine, 110 ft (33 m)
FA: Tim N, Dakota from North Dakota, Sept 2019
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Shared By: Tim N on Sep 8, 2019
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Start under a broken hole in the face about 30 feet downhill (climber’s left) of Marmots Ate My Neighbors. Climb up through the hole clipping the first bolt above it (there is optional gear in the hole below the first bolt), then climb up the face, clipping 2 more bolts (crux). Continue up discontinuous cracks to a small overlap about halfway up the route. Hand traverse left and up around the overlap, using the hand-sized crack on the left for gear (currently slightly dirty, but should clean up). Continue up and to the right following a dike feature, using small gear in the spaced horizontal cracks for pro. Bypass the roof above by climbing to the right of it on big jugs, and clip one more bolt before the anchor.


Look for the broken hole about 10 feet up the face in the left third of Possibility Slab. The route finishes to the left of the prominent, left-facing dihedral at the top of Marmots Ate My Neighbors.


Gear: 4 bolts, doubles 0.3-0.5, 0.75, 1, an optional 2, and a bolted anchor with rings.