Type: Trad, 110 ft (33 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Matt Wenger on May 5, 2020
Admins: GRK, Zach Wahrer

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Starts up the bolted arete right of the major v-chimney. Climb the arete past 4 bolts, then move left up the intermittent crack systems. Carefully traverse left a few feet, and then head up past some 3 more liberally spaced bolts. Finish up the crystalline crack on the face. The thing that looks like a jug for the final move to the anchor ledge is good. A 0.1 BD X4 protects the final move well. Go for it! (Note: If the follower slips/falls here after cleaning any gear, they will swing a ways left) Being tall on this route really helps. It is not practical to run laps on this route unless you want to waste a ton of time clipping lots of directionals.

Descent: Rappel route.


Bolt line to the right of the first major v-chimney.


7 bolts, gear from BD 0.1-3. Doubles in 0.3-0.75 to sew it up. Bolted anchor with quicklinks.