A fun, fairly straightforward route that starts about 30 feet right of Aborigine. All the holds are jugs! Follow the bolts up and right. One of the most exciting parts is being lowered after you reach the anchor, since it feels like your belayer is going to lower you right off the ledge....
Quickdraws (5 clips, and then the anchor), bolted anchor.
|By Mark Gibson|
From: Seattle, WA
Mar 24, 2009
Pretty much every large jug in western Washington gets together for a party on this route. Just keep traversing right and make sure your feet don't suddenly fly off from all the shoe rubber! Enjoy.
|By Aimee Rose|
From: Bend, or
Jul 22, 2013
Consider either top-roping this route to clean it or clean while lowering. It's quite dangerous to clean on rappel due to the slanting nature of the climb. I keep watching people do this, and it's quite unnerving.
|By Brett Thompson|
From: Washington State
Jan 23, 2014
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a
Super Fun. Just climb for the sake of admiring the rock features if your ego gets in the way.