Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Certa/ Sutherland/ Robins
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Shared By: Geoff Georges on Mar 9, 2022 · Updates
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Zachary Winters

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I pulled off a bunch of loose rock including some large stuff. It is pretty clean now.

The route is a longer worthy crack. Mostly face climbing and wide hands.

Outfitters added a bolt anchor bellow on the Main Trail. This is for public and instructional courses to have access to ground anchor for the purpose of practicing proper anchor cleaning drills without needing a special equipment or exposure. Also added a piton to to introduce this to new climbers. In all, it is an out of the way instruction-venue for all to use and promote safe education before climbers need this important technique.- Mark Allen

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Left side of the Midsummer night dream column. The book describes starting up from the crack just left of Midsummer, I like the next left at the trail level. Both these 15’ broken columns are very loose and dirty. You can also start on the OW start of Midsummer.

Protection Suggest change

Mostly large cams to #4. The majority of cams are #3, you will want at least four or five #3,then some #2 and smaller at the top.


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