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fun route with a cruxy start. solid crimps and slippery smears will gain you the first bolt. venture right to the arete and enjoy solid 2 finger pockets up the face. the crux is above the last bolt, veer left or right, but beware of loose rocks and gravel.
bolts. please use your own gear for toprope.
|By Ryan Amundson|
From: minneapolis, mn
Sep 12, 2013
There is a precarious birch tree hanging from the top of this climb! It looks as though it is hanging on by some roots and balanced off a tree at the base. If it comes down, who knows what it may take out.
|By Dan Roberts|
From: Eastern Iowa
Jul 10, 2008
I've climbed it 30ish times and it still gets me sketched out. Work hard for that direct start.
|By James Anderson|
From: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Jul 20, 2011
I enjoyed this route a lot. Great texture all around, a little sandy because it doesnt get climbed too often. Any guess what the direct start is? Felt a lot harder than .9+. More like 10d/11a