4 Pitches. 1) starts at a short chimney and climbs to a big tree near an alcove for the first belay (5.7) 2) A short traverse left around the corner will bring you onto the face - which provides great exposure ant gorgeous views. The climbing on this pitch is easy. Climb 5.6/5.7 face to a lone (scary looking) bolt. Move right at bolt then up 20' to a lone slot that takes several good nuts. Climb left to a small dihedral. Continue up for 20' to a small alcove where a pin used to be (5.9) 3) From belay traverse right 20' along a vague ledge. Get tricams in a horizontal groove above your head and make a 5.8 move to stand on a white horn from which you can clip a bolt. Continue up and right along this weakness. After 50' of this you must drop down 5 feet around the corner to a stance just right of a short right-facing book (5.8+) 4) Continue traversing almost straight right across slab and then follow a dike/ramp system up and right. Eventually it will be possible to climb up 30' to the top (5.8) There is an obvious rappel route down face right of route.
Submitted by: cragchica on 2002-08-28
Route ID: 22856