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|Type: ||Trad, 1 pitch, 35 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.4 [details]|
|FA: ||Eric Henderson, John Pinnette, 1968|
|Season: ||As long as it is sunny and dry, it is good to go!|
|Submitted By: ||Anthony Codega on May 9, 2010|
BETA PHOTO: Looking up "Easy Stuff." The anchor is located at...
This is the distinct dihedral corner topped by a large block to the far left (while looking at the wall) of the "Practice Wall." Follow the finger crack up the back of the dihedral until you reach the block at the top. Then work the horizontal crack to the left until you are out from under the roof.
"Easy Stuff" is located at the far left end of the practice wall. Look for the large dihedral topped by a large block.
Finger sized stoppers will get you up the vertical crack, and 2 or 3 cams will get you through the horizontal crack (bd sizes 1 and 2). There is an anchor on the side of the block once you get out from under the roof and you can belay from the cliff top.