Type: Sport, 310 ft (94 m), 3 pitches
FA: Todd Foster and Kelly Buchanan, June 2020
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Shared By: Matt Macphee on Jul 7, 2020
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The route starts down the gully past the beautiful birch tree. Follow bolts up the ramp and pull some fun moves around the two bulges. It would be helpful to extend the two bolts before the bulge to reduce rope drag later. About 35 meters to the first belay ledge. Pitch two, 20 meters up exposed but easier climbing to a second set of rings. An optional third pitch goes up then right across a ledge system. Continue angling up and right and then straight up for a nice long pitch of easy but very featured climbing. 35 meters

Pitch 1: 14 bolts, 5.9 35 meters

Pitch 2: 7 bolts, 5.7 20 meters

Pitch 3: 9 bolts, 5.7 35 meters

Pitch 3 finishes on a steep tree'd ledge. You can finish here and scramble up to the top of the wave wall and walk off like that, or rappel back down the rap anchors if you want to climb some of the other routes. 

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Lots of bolts and bolted rappel stations. The route can be rappelled with a 60 meter rope but if you go to the top keep in mind that the third rappel will be a rope stretcher. Tie knots!