This route climbs the directly up from the lake, on the front side of the dam. Follow the trail next to Sylvan Lake until the fork to the tunnel and look to the right, you should be able to spot the old bolts on the face in front of you. This route is on the last rock that you can reach before taking the stepping stones over to the dam on the right.
Climb up the rib on the left side of the rock, just left of a black water groove. The thin face between the first and second bolt and the pull over the first bulge after the second bolt is the crux. Climbing eases considerably after this. The second bulge near the top has a piton in the horizontal for protection (use a draw with a longer runner). This route shares fixed anchors with Fair Game. This is a good one to do in the winter, as the sun will be on it for most of the day.
Submitted by: renobdarb on 2003-03-29
Route ID: 33838