Type: Trad, 1100 ft (333 m), 6 pitches, Grade II
FA: Scot Carson, Andrew and Paul Ross 26th September 2019
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Shared By: Paul Ross on Oct 29, 2019
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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A long fun climb on good rock. Starts just right of the entrance to Two Finger Canyon part way up the dark wave at a large tree below thin cracks . The route climbs the prominent Buttress that forms the final pitches of the Mile and a Quarter Traverse of the Great White Wall. .
P1)A thin crack/groove is followed to natural belays. 5.5 200'
P2). Climb 20'to pro and continue passed large block to a good ledge and natural belays . 5.6.200'.
P3)Start up easy white slab to a ledge then right passing blocks. Continue up the slab to the (some bolt pro). Continue up the slab to the start of a long large  ledge system (Girdle/Traverse) 5.8. 200'.(bolt belay)
P5). Scramble right for about 100' to a break in the wall.Go left about 50' then follow ramp passing a big white chimney moving  the right bolt belay below a long ledge system. 200' 5.7 200'
P6)Follow the ledge system to the right to the break in the bulging wall.  Climb the break to the summit.5.6  100'.
Descent. Rap the route ...Two 200' ropes . 


Starts to the right of the entrance of Two Finger Canyon, Eastern Reef . San Rafael Swell (South)


A few bolt pro . small rack of stoppers and cams 1 to 3 size cams