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This route begins on the far eastern end of Lower Walt's Rock. Steep face climbing leads to a technical and powerful crux past the 2nd bolt. A nice finger crack (10-) is accessed just beyond the bulge at the crux and leads to the top. Three out of five stars.
QD's for 2 bolts, stoppers, and small to medium TCU's / cams to 2" for pro. Small to medium cams are needed for an anchor. The descent is an easy walkoff to the east.
By D. Evans
From: Tustin, California
Apr 19, 2015
Roy lead the crux (and maybe the whole pitch in one push) on the FA and it was quite proud!