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Or you can go straight up
Climb the cracks between the large blocks on the low-angle slope. The route trends right as you pass a left-facing corner formed by a protruding block. A good choice for a first-time leader or young kids on top-rope.
Variation (5.7+) Climb straight up on the slabs, avoiding the cracks.
Between Emerald City Wall and A-Frame Wall. Walk off left.
Takes a lot of pro. Trees at top for anchors
Mike leading an unknown climb at Pinnacle Rock
By Dawn Jacob
May 25, 2014
rating: 5.2 3 8 II 8 D 2c
As mentioned, nice practice for a new lead with some opportunity to toughen up the grade by avoiding the obvious 'trail.' New leads will also find ample features to practice building a solid gear anchor at the top of the climb.