Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m)
FA: Sep 5, 2009 - Bill Dodd, Chris Hyson, Nick Wakeman
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Shared By: aparnas on Nov 9, 2020
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie, Jim Lawyer

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Fun climbing with a mix of styles to keep it interesting all the way to the top.  

Move up on detached blocks and suspect rock (careful) to the first bolt.  Follow bolts into a shallow groove/corner and follow this up to a small roof.  Surmount the roof using the crack (good gear) and follow more bolts up the face.  Then move into a thin crack/seam and follow it (crux) to the trees.  

The anchor at the top was a nasty bit of old webbing on a nasty little tree (partly dead).  We left a cord with beaners on a larger tree a bit further from the edge.  

Location Suggest change

Start off the ledge at the top of pitch 2 of Cirrhosis and look for a line of bolts heading towards the roof directly above you.

Protection Suggest change

8 bolts. Bring gear from tips to thin hands. A BD #3 can be placed below the roof, but there are other options as well. Upper seam/crack protects with small stuff and nuts.

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