Type: Trad, 180 ft (55 m), 2 pitches
FA: Herb Laeger & John McGowen, November 1976
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Shared By: Mike Morley on Sep 25, 2003 · Updates
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Description

Ball Bearing lies on the East Face of The Sentinel. Start left of Fote Hog (5.7) in left-trending finger crack that protects nicely with smaller size cams. Move right along horizontal crack and gain another left-trending crack. When this crack runs out just below the anchors, make a couple of spicy face moves to the 2-bolt anchor. Either rap from here (~100') or continue up second pitch. First pitch is generally well-protected. The second pitch is a bit spicy off the belay.

Protection

Nothing bigger than #2 Camalot. Double set of TCU's are helpful.

Bolted mid- point anchor (1/2" SS)

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