Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Woody Stark & Dick Webster 1967, FFA (TR): John Bachar 1/78, FL: John Yablonski 2/78 (solo), FL: Rick McGregor, Spring 1979 (placing gear)
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Shared By: C Miller on Jul 6, 2002
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As soon as you step off the ground the fun starts on this one. The crux comes in the first 15', reaching to get established in the corner proper after which it's steep, fun jamming/laybacking to the top where a quick step left gains a ledge with bolted anchors.

Yet another classic crack climb of the Hidden Valley Area - 4 stars out of five.


Located on the left side of the Old Woman's East Face and easily identified as a doubly overhanging right-facing corner system.


A selection of wires and cams to 2.5", bolted anchor/rap (3/8" bolts)