Type: Trad, 220 ft (67 m), 3 pitches
FA: George Lamb, Dallas Jackson, 1954
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Shared By: Ben Mottinger on Dec 31, 2000 · Updates
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3 short pitches:

P1. Scramble 10 feet up from a inset face on the lower right hand side of the face, to a flat area with a large boulder to the right (you can also access by slipping underneath the large boulder from farther to the west). Head up the right-facing dihedral to above the boulder, then follow the flake up and right. Belay at the nice ledge to your left.

P2: Climb another right-facing dihedral with a cold, deep crack. Reach a slot that runs up and left, and belay on a small ledge ~5 feet into the slot.

P3: You can exit up the slot to the left (5.0), or take the crack running up and right (5.7+ and fun).

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Standard rack up to #3 Friend.

Per Sarge: with a 70m rope and well-placed gear with runners, you can do this entire route in one pitch. You can also descend the route in one rappel with a 70m rope. When doing so, stay climber's right.