Type: Trad, 210 ft (64 m), 2 pitches
FA: Nick Weicht
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Shared By: Nick Weicht on Sep 14, 2020
Admins: Jake Dickerson

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Pitch 1. 6a 40 meters. 

Starts up a series of cracks and chalk stones for 5 meters before getting to a short chimney. Transfer right with a tricky move into the more prominent chimney and follow this past the chain for Dark Side Of The Moon. Continue up the gully for another 15 meters of enjoyable crack climbing and build an anchor near a large flake at the 40 meter mark. 

Pitch 2. 7a 25 meters.

This is where the climbing style changes too aggressive rock as you shimmy through a chimney to get to the bottom of the over hanging crux. Utilize a nice hidden thread through under the roof for a bomber point of protection before venturing off into the land of kneebars and laybacks. Large cams and a good nut placement in a chuck stone will protect this sustained steep section until you finally breakthrough to jugs on top of the block. Enjoy an easy scramble to a tripple thread through anchor around a large horn underneath the next over hanging section.

Descent: 40 meter Rappel to the Anchor of Dark Side of the Moon followed by a 25 meter Rappel to the ground.


Tiger  is located a couple hundred mters into the canyon. Belay from a flat stands 10 meters downhill from a tiny home sized boulder that sits directly in the middle of the canyon floor.


Gear to 4", tripple thread through anchor.