|Type:||Trad, 3 pitches|
|Original:||YDS: 5.7 French: 5a Ewbanks: 15 UIAA: V+ ZA: 13 British: MVS 4b [details]|
|Submitted By:||Dapper Dan Rogers on Aug 6, 2012|
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By Avi Katz
Jan 22, 2013
|plenty of loose choss at the top of this one, beware. thanks for the add Dan!|
By Matt.H Haron
Apr 6, 2013
|good route. P2 was the best by far. I went right on P3, which could have been harder. definitely felt harder than 5.7 to me to start, and had to run it out a little more than I was comfy with. 20-30 foot run out. after 30 feet it felt like 5.7. I would have wanted more big gear. I placed my Trango #9 on every pitch. Its between a 3 and 4 BD Camalot. I would have liked to have another big piece.|
By Cameron Sumpter
From: Lander, WY
Jun 17, 2013
Link P1 & P2 for a roughly 180ish ft pitch to a good gear belay. Leaves p3 to be about 60-70 ft, choss at the top of the cliff. Belay from a good tree.
If you dont mind the weight, being a #4 camalot, placed it on both pitches.
Decent is within sight of the climbers right on currently decent slings and 2 ovals. I removed 1 totally rotten sling, needs another webbing piece soon.
I was not able to hit the ground from the 1st rap, and moved to a large tree (climbers left) for a 2nd rap (about 80ft) to hit the ground.
I have been told its possible to hit the ground from the 1st rap with some down climbing, maybe with a 70m.