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Andrew Dunlop, Jamie Macdonald
A full rack to 3 inches, imclude some thin wires.
Pitch 1: Climb the easy angle (usually a bit dirty) corner to a stemming crux at 2/3. 5.8 40m
Pitch 2: Undercling around corner and climb the easy slab above to a bolt belay on a nice lege. The only pro is on the first 5 meters. Be prepared to run it out on the easy slab. 5.7 20m
Pitch 3: Climb up short corner above belay then undercling to the end of the flake/crack, then climb past 3 peices of fixed pro to a difficult traverse right. One can place a thin wire up high on the traverse to protect the second from a nasty pendulum. Climb blocky corener to belay at another great ledge.
Pitch 4: Move right and down behind the tree from the belay then up a short difficult wall to a bay. Exit the bay to the right with 1PA to a bushy belay. 5.10a 25m
Pitch 5: Continue through jungle to 5m below a small roof. Traverse right into a shallow corner, climb the corener to another bush belay on a sloping ledge. 5.9 25m
Pitch 6: Climb the difficult overhanging crack to a tree at the base of a moss filled gully. 5.10 20
Rap down wall or continue up gulley to the top of the wall and walk off to the east.
Submitted by: mar_leclerc on 2008-05-31
Last Modified: 2009-09-21
Route ID: 93996