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BETA PHOTO: Girl's Climb is on the left, via a thin crack. ©
Facing Baby Robbins, if one looks right, there is a bolt on top of an adjacent boulder. This protects a couple of northeast facing routes. Girl's Climb is a thin crack finish. Clean but short.
|By david baker|
From: jamul, ca
Feb 13, 2006
This climb is very leadable. Be careful the crux move is not very protectable so make sure you can do it. For anchor use bolt plus gear in crack at back of rock.
|By Marc Kajut|
From: San Diego, CA
Feb 15, 2006
I second the notion that this is a leadable climb, but I'd suggest that the leader "pink point" the lead by pre-placing a full-length runner (or a double tied off at an appropriate length) off the bolt to protect the thin crack section... it's pretty thin.