Nice hand and finger crack. The crux is 15 feet or so off the deck. It's a great crack for teaching basic crack climbing technique.
It's a two minute walk south of the backcountry permit center. It's located on the northwest side at the very base of the dome.
Eats all kinds of pro (nuts, SLCDs, hexes, etc.) and there are stout natural anchors on top.
Shows entire route
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Jul 7, 2009
Would be GREAT if it were longer!
|By Josh Cameron|
Aug 31, 2011
Great intro. for beginner leaders to Tuolumne.
|By Kevin Heckeler|
From: Upstate New York
Sep 17, 2011
Easy to build a gear anchor. Trees get tired at crags like this from overuse. Given enough time there will be no trees. If you can use a gear anchor and walk off climber's left. Good climb and very well protected.
|By Matt N|
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Jul 23, 2012
Lead to RIGHT of trees to save them rope wear! Also your top rope shouldn't run along them this way.