Type: Trad, 120 ft, 2 pitches
FA: John Wolfe, Don O'Kelley & Ken Stichter, October 1970
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Shared By: David Evans on Dec 31, 2001
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Scramble up a slab to a crack which becomes an offwidth. Climb the OW to the ledge and belay. Tunnel through to the right and climb the chimney to a ledge below an easy crack to the summit. After repeating it recently I thought it a tiny bit stiff for 5.7. Al rated it 5.9 but I think 5.8- is closer.


Standard Rack to 4".


David Evans
David Evans  
I'm wondering if the name is a literary or geographical reference?? Apr 25, 2003
Newport Beach
5.7 R
Donno   Newport Beach
5.7 R
Alternate: on the first pitch continue past the ledge up into a shaded o/w crack which is Secovar. Follow this to a ledge with bolts for a 30m pitch. Head rightward on SE Corner to top out. You can place a #6 cam at the crux. Oct 17, 2011