Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Howard Doyle, Herb Laeger, 2/77.
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Shared By: Randy on Dec 31, 2002
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As you walk into Echo Cove from the parking lot, this climb lies on the steep dark face on your right. It is easily recognized by the large, brown, right-facing dihedral high on the rock.

The original (and best protected) line starts just left of Big Moe, then takes cracks/ramp up and left (5.7) to the base of the dihedral. The dihedral is fun laybacking and stemming (5.9) with good pro.

More direct (and difficult; 5.10 to 5.11) starts can be done to the left, though they are not well protected.


Small to 2.5 inch cams. The various direct starts do not have good pro, though some exists. The upper dihedral has excellent pro. Larger cams usefull for belay or to top-rope.