Type: Trad, 170 ft (52 m), 2 pitches
FA: Kevin Keith and Josh Bradley 2013
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Shared By: b garrett on Jun 8, 2023
Admins: Greg Opland, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman, Luke Bertelsen

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Very Nice climb! Begin about 10 feet right of the start of Dulfer and Banana Peel. Climb a 5.6 or 5.7 runout slab about 20 feet to a small left facing corner. (This is the same start as Rolling Stone) Clip the fixed piton and climb the corner straight up, past 2 bolts and a few gear placements. The climbing is well protected and engaging (ie hard to figure out in places). At about 80 feet, step right and find an obvious ledge with a chain anchor. Pitch 1 is 5.11a or b. For pitch 2, step left about 10 feet and climb a vertical crack with a couple bolts up to another chain anchor. Pitch 2 is about 80 feet long, and about 5.9 or 10a. To descend, do 2 rappels from the chain anchors. Each rappel is less than 100 feet.  Or you can do an adventurous descent to the east, involving low 5th class scrambling. (Random info: from the first pitch anchors, you can top rope 5 routes!). Bring a rack of stoppers, and cams to 3 inches.

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Faultline is located about 10 feet right of the start of Dulfer and Banana Peel. It shares the same start as Rolling Stone. It is highly recommended to buy Kevin Keith's excellent book: The Granite Dells Climbing Guide.

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pro to 3 inches. chain anchors for rappels.

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