Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: NA, long time ago
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Shared By: Pete Spri on Oct 14, 2020 · Updates
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Zachary Winters, Mitchell McAuslan

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A good beginner route to feel exposed on an arete.  This is left of the Open Book area.  

Pass the roof on the left, then have fun stepping out onto the arete!  Good foot and handholds on the arete.  Follow the arete to the top.  Horizontals provide good, positive protection, but not a recommended first lead only due to trying to protect the first step out right onto the arete above the roof.  

No bolts at the top.  Build your own anchor, or walk a long ways back to a tree.  

Location Suggest change

To the left of "Open Face" and "Open Book" escarpment.  Start under the roof.  

Protection Suggest change

Single set of cams and nuts should suffice, though I used tricams several times.

A set of bolts at the top of this route could serve all three routes in this area pretty well.  

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