BETA PHOTO: Shangri-La slab.
This is essentially the middle of the Second Band. There are two bolted routes and potential for some grovelly trad undertakings if you're bored.
Park at the east end of a large dirt pullout just west of the Big Narrows. Walk back east and head up a loose water runoff on the north side of the road. Hike a minute or two until you hit an old fence, follow that east, then contour along the hill until you find the rocks. This area is a bit disjointed, and it may take a couple trips to understand the layout easily. You could also head up from Vrain Child
, and this is mentioned in The Platitudes description.
Weather station 8.9 miles from here
3 Total Routes
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