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The obvious arete under the railing post on top.
An overhanging start off the ground using big jugs leads you to a small ledge. Following the arête and using some features on the face, make your way up the vertical rock to a large ledge and man-made railing post.
Number 3 in order from the left(north) to right(south) end of the crag, as it appears facing the rock from the base.
Top rope only.
By Steven Robert Edwards
Aug 1, 2013
CAN NOT CLIMB THIS ROUTE DUE TO CURRENT RESTRICTIONS....None of the climbs below the observation area can currently be climbed unless you have a permit from A.N.F. There is a substantial fine if you are caught. (I spoke to a forest ranger and he was very adamant about this)