Home - Destinations - iPhone/Android - Partners - Forum - Photos - Deals - What's New
A series of strange, balancy moves and a right side-pull to get onto the rock is probably the crux, now that the ground level has eroded several feet from the late 1950s when this was a very popular problem. There are several long reachs up to some incut holds above the initial bulge.
This is just right (6 feet) of the Cookie Jar Crack.
Due to proximity to drop-off into road, a toprope is recommended.