||Aid, 1 pitch, 130'
|Original: ||A2 [details]|
|FA: ||Brian Smoot & Rich Carlston, 1983|
|Page Views: ||1,360|
|Submitted By: ||Orphaned on Jan 1, 2003|
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Charles Nolt going solo up the seam
This route is located up the Green A Gullley on the left (west) side. It was originally rated as a difficult climb, yet it has widened to easy aid. Steep and straight in, this route gives you that oh so good feeling of pounding iron to the hilt. I only climbed the first pitch, but I think the route continues. I do remember wrapping a chickenhead and standing on it. Have fun.
knifeblades, lost arrows, angles
By Justin Lofthouse
Mar 25, 2008
could this route go clean on aid, and if so, at what grade?
Sep 27, 2015
Steep and great nailing! Cam hook and some beaks on top of the rack already listed i found to be clutch.