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A steep, shallow dihedral with abundant face holds is followed by a step left and then a wide crack to the top.
Start behind a pinyon pine to gain the dihedral.
Gear to 3", save a few medium pieces for the anchor
|By Matthew Fienup|
From: Ventura, CA
Oct 29, 2007
My very favorite pitch of climbing on the wall is to start on "Get Lost" and finish on "No Trespassing." At the top of the shallow dihedral of "Get Lost," step up and right on face holds. Clip a fixed piton before joining the large, flaring crack above and slightly right.