Type: Trad, 45 ft (14 m)
FA: Ethan Berkeland
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Shared By: Ethan Berkeland on Sep 8, 2021
Admins: L. Von Dommelheimer

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Scramble over a few loose blocks to a ledge where a #5 crack starts, grovel your way up the crack, walking your number 5 to some chockstones and sporty face climbing, get into the roof crack to the right and begin moving outward, plugging gear on demand, commit to pulling over the roof and arrive at a 2 bolt anchor. This route is a pain to clean and TR, so be ready for some shenanigans.

Location Suggest change

The highest and furthest south part of the the rock overlooking Byers Lake, distinct roof is visible from afar

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Gear to 2 plus a #5 camalot