Type: Trad, 150 ft
FA: Alan Vick and Steve Mackey, March 1972
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Shared By: Roger Linfield on Jan 27, 2006
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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This route climb the huge, right-facing corner system at the far end of the crag and is the last major feature on the wall before it peters out into the hillside. Lieback up the corner and at the top either finish straight up or undercling out right via a large, somewhat dubious flake (5.5). Easy descent by walking right from the top and downclimbing an easy flake/ramp system below a large pine tree.


standard rack to 3"


Fun & easy climbing. The gear looking flake adds some excitement Apr 22, 2010
Fairly easy, but not trivial. The flake/chimney section may be a little awkward for a novice trad leaders, but there is plenty of protection opportunity through the whole pitch. Jul 1, 2012
Daniel Evans
Phoenix, AZ
Daniel Evans   Phoenix, AZ
Awkward climb but fun none the less. Felt more like 5.5 to me. Sep 28, 2015
Alex Davis
Los Angeles, CA
Alex Davis   Los Angeles, CA
Where's the belay on this route? We had to do it in two pitches because we were running out of rope. Oct 1, 2018
master gumby  
Super fun route I'd recommend to beginners (or gumbies like me) who are looking for cruizer hand jams and some fun unique climbing on good quality rock Nov 4, 2018