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Approximate topo of our 4 pitches on Right On. Cut left at a dike after a handcrack bulge on pitch 4. The route description in the Bob Gaines new "Best Climbs" book is well, pretty much, right on.
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Matt N
Jan 16, 2012
Approximate topo of our 4 pitches on Right On. Cut left at a dike after a handcrack bulge on pitch 4. The route description in the Bob Gaines new "Best Climbs" book is well, pretty much, right on.  
Matt N
Santa Barbara, CA
Matt N   Santa Barbara, CA
I've now done that finish, Tom. Nice spot to semi-top out at.

I also always link P1+2, now.

Always a fun, long romp. Nov 3, 2017
Tom Black
Long Beach, Ca
Tom Black   Long Beach, Ca
Instead of the dogleg left at pitch 4 into the notch, continue up the slab just right of the notch to the top for a better feeling of accomplishment and a stunning view. There are rap chains on top that take you behind and below that notch! (There is an opportunity to place a micro stopper in the crack at the left lip, and it is a little run-out, but its basically a 5.4 friction walk up with a heady altitude high!) Feb 24, 2014

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