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From the right side of the rock, climb left onto the rock, and turn a bulge on its left. Angle slightly right past bolts up a nice slab with interesting moves, including underclinging and liebacking a thin flake. B6 seems unnecessarily close to B5. A bomber placement for a purple Camalot is obvious in a horizontal two feet below B7. B7 is placed such that the gate of the carabiner clipped into the hanger is levered over the lip of the bulge, compromising the biner's strength. Maybe a tiny biner could be safer to clip there. Another placement for a purple Camalot exists above B7.
This is the rightmost bolted route.
Seven bolts. I would take a purple Camalot (or two) to back up the seventh bolt. There are bolted anchors.
By Mark Rolofson
Apr 26, 2015
rating: 5.9- 5c 17 VI 16 HVS 4c
This route was established by Dan Hare. I rope soloed it in 2008 & have repeated it. I didn't find any gear necessary. You can always used a locking biner on the bolt hanger if you are worried about leverage.
By George Bracksieck
Apr 29, 2015
My point about the gear placements is that some of the bolts on this route are unnecessary, especially the one that compromises the carabiner.