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The first half of the climb is much more featured than the higher section. After a small ledge the route gets significantly harder. The flat vertical slab forces you to use crimpy handholds and friction for your feet.
Number 4 in order from the left(north) to right(south) end of the crag, as it appears facing the rock from the base.
Top rope only.
|By Steven Robert Edwards|
Aug 1, 2013
CAN NOT CLIMB THIS ROUTE DUE TO CURRENT RESTRICTIONS....None of the climbs below the observation area can currently be climbed unless you have a permit from A.N.F. There is a substantial fine if you are caught. (I spoke to a forest ranger and he was very adamant about this)