Avg: 3.7 from 23 votes
|Type:||Trad, 320 ft (97 m), 4 pitches|
|FA:||Henry Feder - October 2018|
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|Shared By:||tallmark515 on Nov 4, 2019|
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P1 (11c): Hard move off the anchor, then fun 5.11 bolt clipping. 9 bolts, no gear. 100'
P2 (11c/d): Beta intensive moves off the belay to a stance, then another short crux section to an easy crack. 4 bolts and gear to .75. 60'
P3 (11d/12a): The crux pitch. A few cruxy moves past the belay on bolts, to a cruxy lieback crack under a roof (gear), to a thrilling finish on a face past more bolts. 7 bolts, single rack. Harder than the previous pitch. 80'
P4 (11c): Fun face moves past bolts off the belay to a double hand crack system (gear), to a punchy crux section at the top (bolts), clip the threaded-cord and climb to the chains. 5 bolts, extra QD to clip threaded-cord, single rack.