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Corner route 

YDS: 5.7 French: 5a Ewbanks: 15 UIAA: V+ ZA: 13 British: MVS 4b

Type:  Trad, 1 pitch, 80'
Original:  YDS: 5.7 French: 5a Ewbanks: 15 UIAA: V+ ZA: 13 British: MVS 4b [details]
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Submitted By: Jon Nelson on May 22, 2013

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BETA PHOTO: The now clean as of (9 Apr 2016) Corner Route.

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Climb up the central right-facing corner. Becomes lower angle at the top. One can do a variation finish that traverses out onto the slab.

Shares the same start as On the Rebound.


In the middle of Hag Crag. It is the only right-facing corner there.


Full range of gear, including wide pieces.

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Rock Climbing Photo: July 2015
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By Ashort
From: Tacoma, WA
Jul 20, 2015

Is this thing worth cleaning? It looks kind of like a battered sandwich lite from the ground.
By Jon Nelson
From: Bellingham, WA
Jul 20, 2015

That sounds like a good description of the route. Perhaps though it is more a complementary route to Battered Sandwich, seeing as it faces the other way.

For the 5.7 climbers who crave more routes and 5.8-9 climbers seeking more warm-ups, it would be worth it to clean.
By RodrigoB
Apr 9, 2016

As of today, 9 April 2016, the route has been cleaned thoroughly and is comfortable on lead. It does, however, lack an anchor and we had to get creative. With an anchor it would be a worthwhile climb for someone looking for something in the 5.7 range. The middle of the portion protects in the overhead crack with 4" and 5" cams but other options are available.
By Jon Nelson
From: Bellingham, WA
Apr 10, 2016

Thanks Rodrigo, it looks nice now.
By michal
From: Everett WA
Apr 10, 2016

Buy bolts, hangers and chain and you can use my drill to put in anchor, might as well fully finish the job
By J.Cirillo
From: Seattle, Washington
Aug 7, 2016

Don't let the roof thing fool you this is a chill 5.7 hand crack. Ideal rack in BD sizes: a couple finger sized pieces, 2X .75-3, #4. You could bring another two and three. Save a #2 for the last 20'.
By JoanneF
Aug 12, 2016

Are people using those old chains out on the face as the anchor? It looks like they belong to the bolted climb next door. Or is there something higher up? I was on Hag Crack, so didn't have the best view.
By David Lilien
Aug 28, 2016

Could be a good route with some cleaning and an anchor, can't recommend it now. 5.7 climbing ended with a 5.moss traverse to the Hag Crack anchors--you could maybe get to the anchor out on the face, but you can't see them from the corner so it would be tough to hit without being familiar.

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