Type: Sport, 120 ft (36 m), 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: arkansauce rock on Jan 9, 2020
Admins: Tyler KC, JD Borgeson

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Description

This route hosts some of the sickest and most exposed arete climbing in the entire Midwest. P1, 80'. Climbs a dihedral system with a few challenging moves surmounting a bulge after the first 20'. The second pitch begins with some small crimps moving up to a delicate traverse left to the bottom of the arete. Climb up the dihedral for several feet then hand traverse a rail to massive holds on the arete itself. A good rest can be had on the rail once you're poised on the arete, make sure to look down and enjoy! Good grips follow the arete until a mantel over and onto the slab above at the last bolt. 

Location

This route follows a line of bolts heading up a dihedral on the right side of the large detached flake.

Protection

Bolts. Fixed anchors.

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