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This gully route is just right of the crack Unknown F. Start on some 5.8 face climbing moves to a detached tooth block in the center of a gully. From the block, climb up a series of loose ledges on a small arete. The rock quality improves as you climb higher.
I'm only including this route since originally I thought I was on "Al & Mike's Frosty Little Adventure" and I ended up on this route which should be be avoided. I pulled at least 50 lbs of rock off of this route and there is still plenty more.
For whatever reason someone wants to climb this route, both the climber and belayer should wear helmets. There are still loose questionable blocks on the arete.
Single set of cams up to #3 and a set of nuts. Protection on the first 3/4 of the climb is questionable due to poor rock quality and thus PG13. Belay on gear.