Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Paul Rezucha on Jul 22, 2005
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Description Suggest change

Fire Stone starts up and right from Rocco's Corner about 15'. You must scramble up a little chimney to reach the face which is just right of an obvious easy crack climb called Super Doo (5.2). Climb up past first bolt through a nicely featured face. To get to the second bolt, which is quite a ways away, move up and delicately step left just below the bolt. You would hit the deck if you slipped off here. Move up to the obvious left facing flake/corner. This protects well to it's top. A thin step left off the flake onto the face is the crux with one or two thin moves up to the anchors. This is a great, fun route with two cruxes, the delicate move left before the second bolt and stepping off the flake at the top although the first is more heady than difficult.

Protection Suggest change

Two bolts plus a few additional small to medium trad gear protect this climb adequately. Anchors are double bolts. A short 3rd class scramble gets you to the very top of the cliffs. A fall scrambling would be very bad.

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