Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: Chris Hirsch, Cheryl Mayer, Summer 2019 (ground-up) FFA: Chris Hirsch, June 2020
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Shared By: Chris Hirsch on Jul 2, 2020
Admins: Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Description

This nice natural line makes a great addition to the craging in the 4/5 gully. The first pitch has slopey laybacking and a punchy boulder problem through a roof that gives way to a long, alpine-esque second pitch.

P1: (5.12-, 70') In the middle of the face, take the right facing crack that ends at a large yellow patch below a roof. Clip a bolt. Gain the roof, build a nest and pull this upper crux. Run it out to the large, bolted belay ledge.

P2: (5.10, 130') Continue up ledges into the major dihedral feature with many right facing cracks/flakes. Merge into and finish 'Hang a Right..' where the bolt protects the offwidth section. 

Location

Center of the east face, just right of 'Hang a right..'. Rappel the route.

Protection

1st pitch; 1 bolt, Single rack micro-hands
2nd pitch; 1 bolt, Singles small, doubles medium to large, optional XL cam
Bolted anchors

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