Route starts on a blocky section, then up and left to twin hand-sized cracks in dark colored rock. Most of the route is very clean, but the upper section is crusted with lichen, and has some loose blocks.
Duet tops out in a talus-filled depression, with a large pine set back perhaps 30' from the cliff edge. You can also rap in from the right: There is another pine close to the cliff edge with a silver-colored mossy dead tree leaning up against it. Angle left as you rap, and stop at the second small ledge.
0.5 to 3 camalot.
|By Paul Davidson|
May 16, 2009
I think the FA on this was Larry Coats and Tim or was it Gordon McNeil ?