Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Orphaned User on Oct 31, 2019
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Jim Lawyer, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie

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Steep and thin slab moves start right off the ground, and stay sustained past the first 3 bolts.
Climb more easily over a brushy crack, and climb easier slab ( blue tcu here) angling right to the base of a narrow slab (Var 1). A critical blue tcu/red C3 protects the move onto the upper slab.
Really good slab and arete climbing (10-) leads to a two bolt anchor. The last bolt on the upper slab is lacking a hanger for now, bring a wired nut.
Shockingly good climbing compared to the appearance.

V1: The upper section was originally climbed by going 5 feet further right, and climbing flakes (trad gear), then angling back left to a slab finish (5.8 or so).


30' left of Hangover Corner, and just left of a brushy  gully/depression.
Left of the depression is a clean slab that is steepest at the bottom.
There are two bolt lines on the slab-this is the right hand route.


8 bolts (bring a wired nut for last on, missing hanger). Two blue TCU's.