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Looking up at the cliff, there are a pair of overhangs/bulges split in the middle such that they look like a pair of breasts. This climb breaks the overhang through the cleavage in the middle. Start at a bolt line directly below this cleavage, just down and right from a flat table rock braced by the tree and cliff.

Climb up blocky ledges to the first bulge, pull over this then up the less vertical face above to the notch in the roof. Wiggle your way through the cleavage then up and right in the groove, or on the arete to the right, to the top.

(Originally this was the direct start, but now is the main route.)


Route History:

  • First Free Ascent: David Gibbs, 27 Sep 2014

    First lead ascent.

  • First Ascent: David Gibbs, 2 Sep 2012

    First clean ascent (TR)

  • First Ascent: Michael Hansen, 2 Sep 2012

    Also weighted rope at the roof.

  • First Ascent: Kate Hunt, 2 Sep 2012

    Sort of. I did fall at the roof, so didn't climb it clean.


Located in Right Wing approx:
Long/Lat: -75.801721,45.909874

Route Grade Citations

5.8 Kate Hunt
5.8 Principal

Route quality

Route quality

Overall quality score: 58%

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