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The route is a fairly sustained easy climb. There are a couple of larger steps that have to be made in the middle. In all, it's a fun route that can be used either as an introduction to traditional lead climbing or to perfect gear placements. Essentially, just follow the cracks to the right of the white slab up to the top.
Located beneath the big power-line tower. Descend climbers right on a rocky trail.
There are two bolts at the top for an anchor. There are many opportunities for protection. A set of nuts and Camalot C4s .5-2 would be adequate.
By Jonny 5
From: Squamish BC
Jan 6, 2014
Best 5.4 single pitch I've climbed yet.
From: Bellingham, WA
Mar 7, 2015
This is one awesome climb! This is one of my favorite climb of all the climbs I have done before! Best 5.4 I tried