Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Dave Haber & Joe Dietrick 1987
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Shared By: Bo Johnston on Nov 25, 2002
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If you like attention from tourist, this climb puts you in the spotlight being just across the Barker Dam from the popular nature trail. No particular move on this route might be remembered, however, the position by the water and the length and moderate difficulty of it all makes it a must do. The second half of the route could be considered difficult to protect for some so this may not be appropriate for the fledgling trad leader.

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A light standard J-Tree rack will be enough. 1"-3" for the first half and smaller cams for the upper. I recall there being a bolt at the end where the crack peters out before the summit slab. Two bolt anchor at the top and walk off.