Type: Trad, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: Bob Gaines and Yvonne McPherson, February 1989
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Shared By: Bo Johnston on Feb 22, 2006
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This horizontal route can easily be seen when walking towards the southwest end of Little Hunk from Echo Rock. The route starts on a sandy (be careful) ledge below two closely spaced roof climbs on the wall's right hand side (Roofing Company & Monkey Business). Climb left about 15 feet until the moves pull you up 6 feet and then continue left on large holds to a thinner finish at a chain belay next to a shrub oak. CAUTION: The Vogel guide has the picture wrong on page 251. It shows the climb going straight left from the start. This would be much harder 5.10+? and not take you to the anchors, which are not where pictured either.


Standard J-Tree rack and remember to place gear for the second!! Also, it would be wise to anchor the belayer at the start of the route.