Type: Trad, 35 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: david baker on Jan 31, 2006
Admins: Marc Kajut, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin ., Vicki Schwantes

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This popular and moderate off width is a fun climb. The crux comes toward the bottom of the climb were the off width is a little akward. As you get higher the crack narrows and the angle backs off.


Number 4 near the bottom, #1 as you get higher. Bolt anchor and rap rings at top of route.


Patrick Smith
Patrick Smith  
Climbed a few weeks ago. Pro should be camalot #3-4 for the first 3/4, afterwards #2. I don't think a #1 placement is possible anywhere (except maybe right by the rap bolts) May 21, 2010
Dan S
grass valley
Dan S   grass valley
We found the poison oak still near by, waiting for that climber to scrape his thigh. Aug 23, 2010
el cajon, CA
sdrockstar81   el cajon, CA
ya #4 would've been nice to have Sep 13, 2012
Trad Princess
Not That Into Climbing
Trad Princess   Not That Into Climbing
EDIT: 3-4" pro for the main crack, can sneak in a 1" along the way as well. May 5, 2014
Awesome beginner trad lead. The crack takes pro very well, and on the most part you can stay out of the crack to climb it since there are so many features to hold onto. Great stances.

Bolted anchor. Jul 17, 2017
I remember leading this for the first time and felt like I had topped out something HUGE. Proud moment for me years ago. Good early lead for anyone. Dec 24, 2017