Most usually broken into three short pitches to alleviate rope drag. P1 surmounts three overlaps, the third of which might just be the crux of the climb. A #11 or #12 BD stopper protect the moves nicely. Walk up the ramp on the right to belay stance prior to traversing under the roof. Hand traverse under the roof to a weakness on the left side, which is a little awkward. Belay above the roof somewhere (plenty of options). Head to the right to a nice A-framed roof with a gear friendly slot (7+). Pull the roof and head up easier terrain (5.5) to the top.
Submitted by: powder_dreams on 2004-06-14
Route ID: 4807
This route was easy until the roof traverse where there were a few awkward moves - especially if you are tall. Also this route sucks if its wet. Don't do this route if 5.7 is your limit. P1 will scare you. P2 will thrash you.