This is a good sport climb in a beautiful, secluded setting. It is atypical in its steepness for this area, which I typically associate with vertical crimping.
The climb basically consists of two interesting boulder problems over bulges seperated by a great rest. The first boulder problem is perhaps the harder one to figure out. Good beta is very helpful in getting over the bulge. The second problem pulls over the steep prow above with long moves between sharp, positive crimps.
This is on Ridge 4 just uphill from the concentrated zone with Occupied Territory et al., downhill from The Wild, Wild West.
6 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor.
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