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Located on the left edge of the slab this is the easier, but longer, of the top rope routes. The route hugs the left edge on the slab. Use smearing and small corners to get to the top. Because of the curve of the slab you will have to stand back a ways from the rock to see the whole route, but it is easy to find your route and the next bolt once you are climbing.
You will need a 60m rope to top rope it (and even that is just barely long enough) or there is an anchor/belay station halfway to easily make it two pitches. I listed it as one pitch b/c that is how most people I climbed with did it, but then again I had a 60m rope.
|By Stephen Smith|
Nov 5, 2009
rating: 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b
Missing a hanger at the anchors and does not have rings. You will need a 70m to get down comfortably.