Type: Trad, 55 ft (17 m)
FA: Unknown. FRA: Jason Halladay, Allison Fritz
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Shared By: Jason Halladay on Sep 6, 2021
Admins: Mike Howard, Jason Halladay, Mike Hoskins, Anna Brown

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A fun roof pull on jugs to airy climbing on highly featured rock with just enough trickiness to keep it interesting. 

Start up very licheny slab to a runnel of sorts and a good stance below the roof. Clip a bolt at the roof and pull the strenuous, steep roof using great, featured jugs to a good stance above the roof. Climb up and left along the featured rock passing good opportunities for small to medium gear. This is some airy, fun climbing. Aim for the two chickenheads on the skyline. Once you reach the first chicken either continue up the chickenheads and make a hard right to the shared anchor with Bleeds No More or, from the first chickenhead head up and right with fun moves to the shared anchor with Bleeds No More

Location Suggest change

On the north side of Mosaic Rock at the eastern end. This spot offers shade, often a breeze and an excellent sun deck and view. A great place to hang out on warmer days. The route is just left of Bleeds No More but starts up the same licheny slab to the roof and shares the same anchor. 

Protection Suggest change

One bolt, 0.3 camalots and/or small/medium nuts. A 0.75 camalot below the first bolt at the roof is nice for rope management and a confidence boost getting to the bolt. Shared fixed anchor with Bleeds No More.