It Might Just Be A One-Shot Deal
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getting through the crux
A few careful moves gets you onto some easy low-angle climbing. The route moves up to a distinct patch of clean, whitish-colored rock. The crux involves a safe, but committing, move getting around that patch back onto the face. Above the fourth bolt the face thins out considerably, but with some positive hand holds right where you need them. The anchors are in a very blank section of rock with small foot holds and no useful hand holds.
Fourth route from the left on Zappa Dome. Starts at a tree which provides a shady belay.
9 bolts. One hanger and one chain for anchors