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Pitch 1: Climb a beautiful open book corner up a large sloping ledge, clip a long sling to the high bolt anchor (rap station) and break out left around the corner. pull some hard moves up another open book, at the top step left to the top of a pillar.

Pitch 2: Stiff moves off the anchor lead to a perfect layback and smearing corner, exit the layback by going left around the horn, then step back right to the anchors.

Pitch 3: climb and scramble over cracks and blocks to the base of the large corner system below the roof.

Pitch 4: Fist stacks, armbars, hand jams, thin fingers, and stemming, and laybacks, this pitch has it all! Charge up the corner system to the bast of the roof. Break out left on an airy traverse with small holds and smears, then pull the corner of the roof to gain a short crack system to the anchors.

Pitch 5: Cruse some moderate slab to the base of a short headwall, taller folk can reach a crucial fingerlock, shorter folk need to get crafty or french-free it.

Rack: Doubles from 1/4" all the way up to 4", if in doubt bring more! these cracks eat gear!

a single 60m rope works for all Raps

Route history

2016First ascent: Mike Boyd & Mike Morris

Ryan Murphy, Pitches 3-5 (2019)

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Lat/Lon: 49.65491, -125.07393

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10d Assigned grade
10d

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