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- 1:16 PM – Hiking
- 2:01 PM – Ditching backpacks (46 min hike)
- 2:45 PM – Climbing
- 5:04 PM – Hiking back down
- 5:52 PM – Back at car (48 min hike)
- Singles #0.3-4
- A #5 or double #4 could have been useful for P1, but you only use cams for P1 (plus one #3 on P2). Was a little runout without, but was okay, I used every cam including moving 2 cams up.
- 8 draws (no doubles)
- 1 webbing in case needed for Juniper tree rappel (existing webbing was okay)
- 70m rope
- The 70 was worth it so could rappel P3-2 as one! 60m would have to rappel those individually
- Didn’t bring
- Approach is annoying, lots of off trail, some route finding, takes longer than expected
- Ditching backpacks and shoes before going around the back to tunnel works well
- Getting to the tunnel to base of climb is a bit exposed and slabby, definitely want climbing shoes on for that
- P1 is decent but a bit awkward.
- P2 is SCARY to lead (slabby and traversy with lots of exposure and tiny hands), Alexis found it fine to follow though.
- P3 seemed easy to me, once you figure out the mantle move it’s not too tough.
- Bolting is reasonable but still far enough that you’d have some falls.
- Rappelling with the 70m was nice!