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Start in the right-facing corner, black water streak. Stem and jam your way up a slot, easily avoided to the left. Continue up the the final "headwall" and choose your finish. Easiest out left, flaring straight up or move right and finish up on the finger crack of Peruvian Flake (a move of 9+/10-).
There are two Metolius rap hangers just above the lip of the finish, the right one spins and will need replacing sooner than later. You do not see these hangers until you top out.
There is now an anchor at the top of Peruvian Flake, visible from the ground.
Now Landslide and Peruvian have independent anchors.
Hike around to the south-facing side of Lincoln Creek Cliff, there is a nice boulder to hang out on right below the start of Landslide. The routes to the left look hard and Landslide looks quite mellow in a right-facing corner start.
Red C3 to blue Camalot, single set and a couple of medium nuts, some runners and you are set.
New anchor hardware as of September 13, 2010, courtesy of ASCA.
|By Lynn S|
Aug 18, 2010
New anchor hardware courtesy of ASCA.