55m / 180ft, 20 bolts
FA: philipstone - 2015-02-28


A fairly direct line up an arete edge bounding the right end of Lone Pine Wall. Starts from a small vegetated ledge with a single bolt bottom anchor. Stem up a dirty gully to gain the clean grey rock. Step left (5.9) onto the arete and continue left onto nice well-weathered rock. Climb steep face on a few small input holds (5.9) to a short slab that leads to a tiny optional belay stance. Continue direct above the mid-anchor on black rock (5.9) keeping to the left side of the arete. A steep move high up (5.9) leads to easier (5.7) climbing.

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  • 5.9
  • 5.9
  • 5.9
    A great climb, the bottom pitch is solid 5.9+, at least the way I climbed it LOL...upper pitch was memorable, worth the time to climb it.
  • 5.9
    2015-02-28 (FA)
    Nic & I first climbed this as two pitches but the direct line makes it work as one single shot and that's how I ended up red pointing it, in one pitch. A really fun climb.