Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Marcus Floyd on Oct 28, 2019
Admins: Chris Owen, Euan Cameron

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Access Issue: Nesting Peregrines Details


This line is three different sections, each with a rest ledge and potential belay point if you wish to break it up into two or three pitches.
The first crux section options include either a zig zag crack through bulges, directly below the middle dihedral, or a right facing fist-sized dihedral crack, just around a few steps to the right. Larger cams work best to protect either two starts.
The second crux section is a wide left facing offwidth dihedral crack that takes some med to small protection in the back. I don't recommend trying to scale the face just right but that's is the mix of choices. Continue up the right side of a block above to gain a third rest or second belay point.
The third crux section is slightly easier than the first two sections and follows a small to med crack system that also sucks up the pro to easily protect.
Belay the follower at the top using a rap around a boulder and med cams. Hike down around the back and right between the two main wall exposures.


Hike straight up following the previous directions. See pics


Large to small cams. Most recommend more than just a single pink .5 tri- cam