First pitch starts several feet right of a right facing dihedral with a roof. Steep climbing on varnish leads past 5 bolts to a roof. Sixth bolt is above the roof and can be clipped easily before making the only .10a move on the route. Continue up and left past another bolt to a two bolt anchor. Second goes up 5-easy to the left, or straight up on rather poorly protected .7, to easier ground and a bolt. Steeper climbing past two more bolts (.8) leads to a big ledge with another fixed anchor. Pitch 3 goes up and then straight right (exposed, fun) past a bolt, to a belay in the huge dihedral. Last pitch follows dihedral about 100 feet (not 60) to a thin section (.8), and a traverse left to the last anchor. Rap the route.
Submitted by: jv on 2004-08-03
Route ID: 53013
I thought this was a great climb. We did all 4 pitches. The roof is pretty straight forward and with a bolt right on the lip. The rest of the pitch was beautiful. P2 is sweet as well. The traverse pitch is easy, and the last pitch is definetly worth doing. With the warnings to be careful on the rap from P4 you should be able to avoid problems.