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Nick Drake
Jul 5, 2019
Lower anchors and upper for nameless tower are all equipped to lower off now View Comment
Nick Drake
Jul 5, 2019
Beautiful upper portion with interesting movement. Some portions will be a larger reach for shorter climber… View Comment
Nick Drake
Jun 10, 2019
I thought the crux was clipping the chains without grabbing them :) View Comment
Ales Kobrle
Jun 10, 2019
Beautiful and really esthetic line. Best looking line in the area for sure. It earns 4 stars for estheti… View Comment
Jared Stever
Aug 28, 2018
Did this today, fun and fairly easy 10b-ish climbing up to the roof. New Snoqualmie Rock book gives it a 5.… View Comment
jaredj
Aug 7, 2018
The old 32 guide suggests that the "left" exit over the roof is 10c, while the "direct" exit is 11a. Did t… View Comment
gregman
Jul 15, 2018
Reasonable to start/belay from the base of the "sweet and sticky" arete if you are checking out Lay of the… View Comment
gregman
Jul 15, 2018
A fun route that surprisingly gets an 11a in the new Snoqualmie Rock book, worth doing if you're checking o… View Comment
Nick Drake
Aug 14, 2017
Horn can also be slung with a runner in lieu of placing a cam on run out (easy) climbing. It is quite the s… View Comment
Nick Drake
Aug 14, 2017
Very fun route, different style for the exits. I found belaying from below where the base of the tree had b… View Comment
Nick Drake
Aug 14, 2017
I didn't think anything felt harder than other 10+ routes at the exits. If you try to get up and chicke… View Comment
tomtom
May 28, 2017
Crack has been needlessly retro-bolted. No gear required. View Comment
cashmab
May 8, 2017
This is probably my favorite 5.9 at North Bend. Very fun arete route with almost alpine feel. A little soft… View Comment
Julian Barnett
Aug 15, 2016
Been wanting to check this out for a few years now. Finally did and sent yesterday 3rd go. Freaking awesome… View Comment
Ryan Nelling
Jun 19, 2016
There's a significant runout on easy ground between the 3rd and 4th bolt. A 0.4 BD cam can protect. View Comment
Eric Hirst
Apr 10, 2016
The belay tree at the base blew down in the winter of 2015/2016. I added a belay bolt today to protect the… View Comment
Eric Hirst
Apr 10, 2016
The belay tree at the base blew down in the winter of 2015/2016. I added a belay bolt today to protect the… View Comment
gregman
Oct 6, 2015
The 'top-out' is truly the crux on this climb! A lot of fun with an unusually consistent increase in diffic… View Comment
Eric Hirst
Jul 4, 2015
A bolt or two was added recently to eliminate the runout section, with permission from the first ascensioni… View Comment
Frank Sosa
May 13, 2010
I climbed this up to the crux moves on Rad's TR... Really enjoyable movements. Gotta be one of the coolest… View Comment
Rad Roberts
Apr 15, 2010
Great exposure, rock, and moves. Note that there is a long gap (20ft or so) between the second and third b… View Comment
Casey Jones
Aug 13, 2008
Thin, delicate moves on great rock. Located right of Sweet and Sticky View Comment
Carney
Sep 14, 2006
Fun arete climbing which rapidly increases in difficulty from 5.7 to 5.12 while touching on many of the gra… View Comment
Ralph Bodenner
Aug 7, 2006
Small cams and nuts protect the runouts between bolts. Can lower with a 50m rope from the second anchor. View Comment