Polaris – 5.12c

20m / 66ft, 7 bolts


Start right of a burnt stump log and work through two angling scoop features. The crux comes in the impressive bulge above and has been solved via two different sequences. Regardless of your method, enjoy runout 5.8 climbing above the crux to the very top of the wall. Polaris, commonly referred to as the North Star, is the brightest star in the constellation Ursa Minor. 7 bolts (18m) FA: Casey Green, 2002.

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    First 12c onsight stoked :)
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    It seems it's not done often, but it's a very fun route. Brace for the run out at the end!
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    4th attempt. 1st 12c! Heady runout at the end keeps ya honest ;) Awesome route.
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