Type: TR, Boulder, Alpine, 35 ft (11 m), Grade IV
FA: July 31st 2020
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Shared By: Alexander Jang on Aug 1, 2020 · Updates
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Start on the crack near the waterfall crimping, you may have to hop to get it. Be careful as the waterfall might make you slip. Work it into a layback steering left, then there's a big enough opening to hand jam, work your feet and then wedge your way up using the wall on your right to smear your feet. You should be able to stem for about 5 feet until you get to some cracks and hand jams. Once you get as high as you can on the crack, look to your left or behind you and there will be a jug you can dyno to or get to by cutting feet. Scariest parts are the heelhook, stemming, and jug near the finish. Once you get to the jug it's easy, just mantle up toward the tree.


Near the main waterfall of God's Bath. There will be a crack you can crimp once you hop to it using a right foot smear.


Water below you is deep. Make sure you know how to fall and have enough body awareness.