Type: Trad, 120 ft (36 m), Grade II
FA: unknown
Page Views: 731 total · 15/month
Shared By: aparnas on Oct 31, 2019
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Jim Lawyer, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie

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This is a classic route disguised as a heap of moss and choss...  I refuse to believe that this is the first time it's been climbed, but I saw no evidence of others having been there before me, and there was so much loose rock that it felt like I was the first one there.  I was unable to climb to the top, as darkness came on and there is good bit of dangerously loose rock on the upper portion, so I'm mainly adding this route to MP as a placeholder until I get back to finish it up.  However, if anyone has any info on this route, please let me know!  

I started in the small left facing corner to the left of the ledge with trees on it, traversed right into the main corner just above the ledge, and continued up the corner until the last roof.  Above this the crack is extremely flared, and there is quite a bit of dangerous loose rock guarding the transition over the roof.  I rapped off from a bail anchor comprised of 2 nuts and a sling.

Grade rating is obviously just for the portion that I climbed, since I have no way of knowing how difficult it is above the roof.


Walk up into the Trap Dike.  This is the first major wall facing back down the Dike on the right.


To bail anchor - standard rack to 3"
Above bail anchor - looks wide in places.