|Twelve Pack Wall
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Start in a chimney and either head left up a slab face to a large ledge or directly up through a small roof with a crack. Once on the large ledge, continue another 15 feet to the top. There are no anchors, so belay on gear.
Walk down 150-200 yards to the right.
It is surprisingly clean for a North Table Mountain trad route and would make for a good beginner lead.
This route is the route farthest right on the Twelve Pack Wall.
Bring medium cams and a set of nuts.
BETA PHOTO: The handcrack.
|By Jay Eggleston|
Apr 25, 2013
The majority of this route ascends a handcrack. The crack is not very long, so I see why Haas and Schneider did not give it a star in their guidebook. It is a good crack though. The crux seemed to be the short chimney near the bottom. It is not too hard, but it is steep.