Type: Sport, Grade II
FA: Carrie and Bob Robertson
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Shared By: Bob Robertson on Mar 19, 2002
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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The route starts in the middle of the south face. You can either scramble up broken rock to the base or walk up hill and then turn left on a grassy (safe) ledge system. The climb starts near a small & healthy pine tree and goes over a small roof (the first three bolts are well placed). The second pitch climbs up the over hanging SHARP BEAK. The last pitch climbs to a large pine tree at the top of the rock. The shortest descent goes left to a ramp, traverse the ramp down and left to the gully, down the gully to the grassy ledge (to the start of the route).

Protection Suggest change

The most bolted pitch has 9 bolts plus the anchor - 13 draws is more than enough. Since you need to walk off, a 165ft rope is all you need.

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