- Height: 51ft
- Bolts: 4
- Ascents: 5
Currently, this is the furthest established route "upstream", or on the left when viewed from Reed's Creek Road. Begin at some large, slanting boulders. West facing, morning shade, and evening sun. 4 bolts, to a set of welded cold shuts. Follow the easiest line up through big holds above 2nd bolt. 3rd bolt cannot be seen from the ground. Traverse right to the arete after the 4th bolt and enjoy.
- Ethic: inherited from Reed's Creek
Leave No Trace, stay on trails, you-damage-trail-you-fix-it-NOW, no trundling onto road, no Quick-Links, no tick marks, clean up your chalk, clean up your tape, no chipping, no theft, no defacement, use camouflaged hardware, inspect & replace worn carabiners, respect red tags, walk on the left side of the road, respect hunters & hunting seasons, no top-roping through fixed gear, etc., etc.
First Free Ascent: Michal Stewart, 2010
Located in Reed's Creek approx:
Route Grade Citations
Overall quality score: 46%
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