Type: Sport, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Gary Driggs, December 1951 w 3 bolts
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Shared By: Eric Foster on Feb 28, 2006 · Updates
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First find a large Boulder that makes a small cave on Southeast side of The Monk. Climb bolted face up and and to the right around corner to access the East face. 

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The monk is the tower that is above the headwall, you cant miss it, route is on the east side.

Protection Suggest change

9 bolts to top. The top has several thick metal rings directly on the rock.  You can use two as a top belay anchor but they'll be one above another not side by side.  Belaying up a second can be a bit uncomfortable to get below the anchors.  Rappelling back down the route requires a 70m rope.  You can rappel off the south face with a 60m rope (90 degrees left of the way you came up).

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