This climb offers a wide variety of ascent options, all of which are ledgy. It feels like a 4th class climb with a rare 5th class move. Climb up the ledges to an obvious tree about 100' up. There's a second pitch which tops out but I didn't do it because it was February and I felt like an idiot for going to this crag in the Winter. Amazingly, there were others there with us... I hated this climb probably more than it deserves, which is why I gave it at least one star.
Descent: If done in one pitch, rap off slung chockstone to the right of the tree at the top of the 1st pitch. If topped out, choose one of the descent options from the top, one of which being the Sentinel Buttress descent. If this is your first climb at Moore's Wall, then stop at the first pitch because you'll have a very hard time finding the rap anchors for Sentinel Buttress otherwise.
From standing in front of Air Show and facing it, the climb is down the little hill to your left. When you get to the bottom of the hill and have the large boulder on your right, stop. You are at the base of Hopscotch.
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