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Start at a thin seam and climb up to the obvious hold at about 10-12 feet (first crux). Go to the roof, over this (second crux), then up the face to the larger roof with a notch. Pass the roof then climb straight up for 30-40 feet. At that point, I went almost straight left for 20 feet or so to a decent tree and a good stance and rappelled from there.
Approximately 175 feet left of the prominent Eenie Meenie corner the trail rises and at the top of this short slope you will find yourself facing a large amphitheater; there are large roofs above and the rock is often wet. Go back down the slope 10 feet or so and find two thin seams. The left one is Elf Stone, the right is Whet Stone.
Nov 8, 2010
first pitch is a nice 5.8 that is more interesting than it looks. The real crux is getting off the deck. Ballnutz helpful to protect the start but not required. Just past the area that is closed - so a long walk over the top to avoid trespassing. A worthy line if you are in the area but probably not a destination.
Aug 19, 2013
Lots of worthwhile climbing on this pitch! It didn't seem to let up - not as easy as it looks from the ground, for sure.