Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: FA: Ants Leemets, 60's. FFA: Dave & Jim Erickson, 1968
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Shared By: Tony B on Mar 6, 2006
Admins: Morgan Patterson, M Santisi, chris vultaggio

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A great line with good protection within safe distance, all the way.

This climb is the major corner 25' left of the classic climb Bonnie's Roof, and just right of the Sleepwalk arete. A large tree grows near the base.

While there were lines on Bonnie's Roof on a crowded weekend when I was there, nobody was cued up for this climb.

P1: Stem and jam up the corner and finish up and left under the roof (crux) to reach a bolted belay station on the arete. 5.9, 80'.

Rap down or join Sleepwalk to reach the top of the cliff. Or you can continue up the fault straight above the route -- Cool Hand Duke (5.8).

From the anchor, one can TR Ent Line, on the steep wall left of Ants' Line, which I believe to be a play on names and words related to the large tree growing near the wall.

Protection Suggest change

A standard light rack of nuts and cams to 3".