Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Matt Cox, Dave Evans & Darrell Hensel, November 1975
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Shared By: C Miller on Dec 31, 2004
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Start just right of Ledges To Lawndale and climb the easiest path through the initial steep section (it's possible to climb direct at about 5.10). Once established in the first horizontal (medium piece here) move up and right aiming for the solitary bolt. Clip the bolt, pass another horizontal (small cams/tricams work well) and then make easy moves on positive patina edges. The last few moves are heady and involve leaving the security of a small ledge to do a short bit of insecure smearing to the top.

Bolted anchor on top as well as a cool natural thread which can be used and backed up with small gear if the bolts are missing.

This is a fairly good route with an interesting mix of steep positive climbing and insecure friction. This when combined with the other routes on the wall can provide a few hours of fun in the sun (or shade) if desired. Two stars out of five.


You'll find this route, the original on the wall, on the backside of the wall with Jane's Addiction and right of the route Ledges to Lawndale.


bolt, 2 bolt anchor (all 3/8"), gear to 2.5"