Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: Steve Shearer, 7/87
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Shared By: Locker on Feb 20, 2003
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Fun Solo! All there and a real kick. Also a good one for those wishing to lead something solid, easy to protect, easy approach and so on. I give it a "Star" from a solo standpoint.


This route protects well with a set of stoppers and cams up to 3 inches. Save the your larger pieces of pro to setup bely/top rope in the large crack at the top.


Kellen Holt
Kellen Holt  
A great first lead, with almost no jamming needed and excellent gear. Pretty short though, otherwise it would get more stars. Dec 31, 2005
Nathan Scherneck
Portland, OR
Nathan Scherneck   Portland, OR
Agreed. If a friend is looking for their first trad lead, this is a good route. Mar 14, 2010
Matt N
Santa Barbara, CA
Matt N   Santa Barbara, CA
First few feet are pumpy to place gear for a new leader, in my opinion. Oct 31, 2011
Encinitas, CA
RockyR   Encinitas, CA
Was there a month ago. Fun lead! Yes, the 1st 5 ft can be strenuous for a new leader such as myself on placements. Had a great climbing partner/teacher too!! It helped a lot! Overall a great route! May 20, 2012
Bob Klaas
Long Beach, CA
Bob Klaas   Long Beach, CA
Lead this on 01/05/2018. Great climb for a beginner leader. Lots of protection opportunities for both nuts and cams. Lots of good gear stances. I used a block and a thin crack sitting about 6 feet over the edge to build my gear anchor. The 5.6 grade is pretty mellow for J-Tree standards in my opinion. Scramble off to climbers right or scramble up and left to setup a top-rope on some of the other bolted anchors. Jan 8, 2018