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This climb is located on the lower tier of the Southeast slabs of Greyrock. This climb starts on the far left on top of a platform behind a large tree. Lieback the obvious, thin flake system for about 60 feet. The protection is excellent in the flake, but sometimes difficult to place. The flake peters out after about 60 feet, and it turns into an easy runout slab at the top. This is "fun" easy way to the second tier of the Southeast Slabs. The descent is an easy scramble to the west.
Pro to 1 inch with emphasis on small gear.
By Anonymous Coward
May 1, 2005
The route is actually on the south slabs. To find this route you follow the summit trail until you are just below rock.. Then follow the area that is burnt follow that south west before you get to a large gully you will get to the route.