Type: Trad, 600 ft (182 m), 6 pitches
FA: Jack Taylor, Ben Hirtle 1958
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Shared By: Welcome To The Zoo on Nov 11, 2019
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description

Start left of Sea of Holes and right of the Dike Route.

Not worth doing unless there are hella crowds or you're trying to hit a high pitch count that day

P1: Head up to a two bolt anchor located in the white streak just to the left of the gross mossy streak.

P2: Trend up and right through a small 1' overlap and shoot for the pockets of vegetation/trees. Some munge. Cannot remember if this pitch had a bolted anchor.

P3: Continue up to the very white flake. Once on top of the flake head left along broken flakes to the big white pine. If I remember correctly it had tat and rap rings on it as of Nov. 2019.

P4: Head right to a bolted anchor w/rings. This is also an anchor on SoH and it right below the fun left facing corner on that route.

P5: Go up and right off the anchor up a small left facing corner. Pro is weird to place in this thing, but is solid. Continue up and right to a two bold anchor with rap rings.

P6: Go up through some overlap/roof things to a tree ledge. We didn't do this pitch, looked dirty and not fun. Supposed to be 5.6.

We rapped from P5 anchor down to SoH rap stations with no issues with 2 70m ropes. Two 60s would probably work too, don't take my word on that though. 

Location

Slightly left of the big mossy streak to the right of Seas of Holes 

Protection

Single alpine rack. Plus QDs. No tricams. Never tricams

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