Type: Trad, 300 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Charlie Raymond and Pat Callis, June 1966
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Shared By: Roger Linfield on Feb 1, 2006
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Pitch 1 is short, and goes up a nondescript gully to a large ledge. On pitch 2 (5.7), go 5 or 10 feet up the main crack and then move up and right (crux) over an overhang. Either continue up the left-facing chimney (well-protected, but not very aesthetic), or move right onto a beautiful easy knobby face with very little protection. You can move left to belay in the crack/chimney, and then continue for a shorter pitch to the top.


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Not "R" as described in the Vogel guide, easy to step back into the crack from the face to place. May 21, 2014
Newport Beach
Donno   Newport Beach
I thought this was a cool climb. I would call P1 5.1 and on P2 I followed the crack with occasional moves on the features on the right face. Bomber pro the whole way for 55M to a pair of rappel bolts. Jul 5, 2016
So Cal, now in Sandy, UT
johannsolo   So Cal, now in Sandy, UT
Who added the rappel anchor at the top of this route maybe a couple of years ago? They show ASCA on them but there was never a rappel there so someone should get in trouble. You can either walk off (long way) or simply downclimb 15 feet to the "Rebolting" rappel. Feb 4, 2018