Type: Trad, 250 ft (76 m), 3 pitches
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Shared By: Max Green on Jul 28, 2020 · Updates
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Jim Lawyer, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie

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Access Issue: Peregrine closures and approach trail issues Details


Summer Break is one of the most aesthetic features of the cliff, a gleaming golden and orange bottomless dihedral looming above the approach trail. The route shares a start with Raindance 5.9, a solid mental warm up for what lies above. This route is was is left of Summer Solstice, an offwidth present prior to rockfall. 

P1 5.12  ~ 120 ft. Climb through Raindance and continue upward wading through low angle terrain moving towards a large roof to the right of the dihedrals entrance. Plug some gear in the roof and blast through a small overlap to gain a wild stance inside the dihedral. Stem your way past 2 bolts, encountering a break in the corner and  mantle to a nice belay ledge.

P2  5.11c ~ 50-70 ft. A short but stout continuation of the dihedral. Epic moves lead you to boldery roof sequence protected by a bolt. Pull the roof and gain a small stance with a bolted belay. Stop here or continue 20 ft through easy climbing to a much more comfortable stance. 

P3  5.10c pg-13 ~ 120 ft. This pitch is WILD. Move past complete and utter choss, to find a pleasantly suburb splitter leading to a bolt and thin cruxy slab slab sequence. Be heads up about this section. This pitch is totally worth doing, classic setup with a real sting in the tail. Will clean up with time, as they say in Vermont.


50 yards towards Gamemanship from where the approach trail meets the cliff line. 


Rack of singles from 0.1 - 3 bd, rack of small wires and rp's. Lots of alpine draws