Type: Trad, 95 ft (29 m)
FA: Bridger Christiansen, Mark Bradford, Rosa Ramirez, October 2020
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Shared By: Bridger Christiansen on Apr 30, 2022
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Three Stone Corner Suggest change

START all the way to the right of Fun n' Done, in the corner, and between the large oak tree and the rock bulge. Wipe off your shoes and bee-bop up to a nice stem-stance to lazily place a good piece of pro. From there, interesting but secure, yoga-like upward stem movement gains a nice rest (one stone). Continue up a low angle lieback and gain a stance (climber's left) above the tree (two stone). From here, it's big smiles and reasonable air up a beautiful lieback thingamajigger (three stone) to the bomber two-bolt stainless anchors (rap rings, right). Be sure to look behind you on the way up the top third section of this fun, funky trad climb - there's astounding views back down the 120 looking into the entrance of the Valley.

A single 70 meter rope reaches the base. Leave your rope hung and let the crew run a couple laps on this cruiser; or, for a mid-exit variation, after the second stone, continue over right to the stainless anchors and rap rings to toprope Silver Dollar (BC/MB project, May 2022). Multiple exit and retreat options make this route a great choice, always!

When you get ready to leave, pull the right side of your rope for a super slick self flake at the base - no wammies, ever!

Location Suggest change

To the right of Fun n' Done. Three Stone Corner starts between the oak tree and the toe of the cliff (climbing up and into the corner system), past the tree, and to the stainless anchors above.

Protection Suggest change

CAMS: standard rack to #3's, alpine draws (extend all), optional #3 for the top third stone.

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