Type: Trad, Sport, 105 ft (32 m)
FA: Bob D'Antonio and Kelly Baldwin
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Shared By: Ron Olsen on Sep 2, 2003
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Access Issue: Seasonal Closure / 2021 Update - reopening Details


Approach from the Beer Can Trail and go left along the base of Sleeping Beauty Slab. The trail climbs up to ledge near some small pine trees. Go right across the ledge to a obvious, wide, black crack. The route starts here. Climb the thin hand (with gear) crack (just left of the black crack) up a near vertical slab. Reach the first bolt and then place gear under a good flake. Climb up short, left-facing corner to a good ledge. Follow the line of bolts up a cool black face making several hard moves to a overhang. Climb on small holds past the overhang and up the clean face to the anchor. Excellent slab climbing on solid rock. Be careful lowering as a 60 meter rope just makes it to the ground!


Medium gear for the lower section and 11 quickdraws for the bolts. A two bolt anchor will get you to the ground.