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The obvious bolted line up the slab. Do not be deceived by the angle! While only sitting at 60 degrees or so this climb requires exacting slab technique and foot strength.
Cruxes are likely the thin slab moves up to the small overhang, and also the thing traverse left 10 feet below the anchor.
A great climb to sick your bouldering friends on as it is so different from your day to day overhanging jug haul.
Originally done sans bolts by Mike Carroll back in the day!
Start at the base of obvious large slab on the left side of the cliff.
7 bolts to a two bolt anchor. If setting up a TR think about rapping in from the large tree, both for your safety and to keep the erosion at the top to a minimum.
Due to the erosion, taking along a soft brush or just a shirt to get the sand off the holds before climbing is recommended.