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BETA PHOTO: You can't miss this start....
Start in between the trees at a shallow, left-facing corner with a thin crack. The crux comes right off the ground (unless you cheat and use the trees). At a horizontal jug, things ease off for a while. As you follow the amazing little crack, the difficulty increases as the size of footholds decreases. After a short 5.9 section, jugs lead to the anchor. Rappel from here or continue up to meet the 2nd pitch of Fallen Angels
. This is probably the most popular and recommended way to start Equinox
Variation to start: 15 feet left of the start, you can follow a flake (loose and brittle) up into an undercling arching right to meet the main route above the crux. This way keeps the rating down to 5.9, but the gear is not ideal due to the fragile nature of the cracks.
You don't really need anything bigger than a green (#0.75) C4. There is a 2 bolt anchor.
After the crux and having fun.
By Jay Eggleston
Aug 26, 2013
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b
The crux is in the first 15' off the ground. Once you reach a large hold about 15' up, the hard part is over.