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Start in the crack system and follow it to reach the high first bolt. From here, move quickly over steep rock to reach the 2nd bolt (crux). Continue up, pull the small overhang and head straight to the top on good holds. This is a nice line, but it does put a little space between the bolts. It's safe, but be careful if this is near your limit.
This is a popular route for setting top ropes, but someone needs to put it up on lead.
From the approach trail, follow the cliff around the corner to the left. This is the 2nd bolted line from the right.
4 bolts, shuts.
|By Eric Kuenstner|
From: Washington, DC
Jun 25, 2011
the terrain to the first bolt is fairly moderate, but you certainly wouldn't want to blow it. mostly a fun, overhanging jughaul that serves as a good warm up for some neighbors around the corner. do it!
|By Caleb Efta|
From: Golden, CO
Jun 5, 2012
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
The day I did this, we walked up on a party of three, and one of the blokes had broken his ankle trying to stick clip or something weird. It really didn't make sense, but the moral of the story is, don't push this if it's near your limit...also, i didn't feel that the second bolt was the crux, it felt consistently sustained the entire way. fun though.