Type: Trad, 120 ft (36 m)
FA: Bob Hutchinson and Tom Slater, 7-94 on lead on-sight.
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Shared By: Slater on Feb 13, 2006
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From the oak tree, start up a face directly below the roof above. At 20' you will pass a bolt and then climb a flaring groove (possible pro). Above this climb past a very small pocket (nut pro) and then cam the roof/flake (double cam it if possible). Then friction up over the roof (steep) and clip. From here (crux), things are mentally easier. Continue up past 5 bolts (5 above roof) to new anchors (not set on FA) near huge flake/corner.


6 bolts plus gear: small nuts to large cams #3+4 Camalot.