- Approach: 1 hr
- Climb: ~3 hrs
- Descent: 2 hours (walk off, bring shoes with you)
- Sounds very well bolted
- 15 quickdraws (or 18-26 quickdraws if linking, including 6 alpine)
- Carry shoes for walk off
<1 hr, 1.5 miles, 650 ft gain.
P1: 5.7, 30m, ~7 bolts
Easy slab (skip bolts to link) Double bolt anchor.
Can link with P2 (~15 bolts)
P2: 5.7, 30m, ~8 bolts
Easy slab to nice belay ledge Double bolt anchor.
P3: 5.10a, 30m, ~14 bolts
Move up and right on some balancy moves on a little bit of sharp rock. Double bolt anchor.
Can link with P4 (~26 bolts) (but can have rough rope drag)
P4: 5.9, 30m, ~12 bolts
Move up and left on easy slab. Double bolt anchor. (From the starting ledge of P4, there’s a separate 5.11 route a bit to the right, don’t follow that).
P5: 5.9, 30m, ~12 bolts
Varied climbing up to a double bolt anchor.
Can link with P6 (~23 bolts)
P6: 5.10b, 30m, ~11 bolts
Move right from the anchor to some reach moves to the right and a few tough pulls on thin sharp rock. Double bolt anchor.
P7: 5.10a, 30m, ~12 bolts
Head up on more grey rock. Double bolt anchor.
Do NOT link
P8: 5.8, 30m, ~15 bolts
Easy climbing leads to the base of a sort of dihedral formation. Double bolt anchor.
Can link with P9 (~25 bolts)
P9: 5.9, 30m, ~10 bolts
Climb the awesome slightly overhung rock with amazing exposure on big holds to the top. Double bolt anchor.
<2 hours, 2.7 miles, 250 ft gain. Walk off the back side back to the town/ferry!