Type: Trad, Alpine, 115 ft (35 m)
FA: Greg Barrett and Charles Kalinsky, August 2019
Page Views: 159 total · 9/month
Shared By: Charles Kalinsky on Nov 5, 2019
Admins: Braden Batsford

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Two Disclaimers: 1.) This climb is the obvious corner above the Juniper Ledge belay. Extensive cleaning has left behind a safe pitch without much loose rock, but care should be exercised as this pitch has a very much alpine feel. 2.) From Juniper Ledge, look up to identify the rock face past the notch at the top of the corner. This is the anchor, and is approximately 35m away. So bring a 70m rope or 2x60m ropes. Currently, this is the only pitch that needs a 70m rope to get down from.

Head up the corner, with plentiful gear available in a variety of sizes. Continue to stay in this corner, even as faces become available on your left, until you reach a large juniper covered ledge surrounded on three sides by rock walls. Climb up the left wall to the belay.

The climbing is fairly easy, and more options are available in the second half, however straying from this corner will place you on ground that has not been cleaned, and may have large loose rocks.


Above Juniper Ledge in the corner.


A single rack from BD #.4-#4 should be sufficient, with doubles in the #.75 to #3 size range if desired.