Type: Sport, 120 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jesse James on Mar 13, 2006 with updates from MilesC
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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This is basically an extension to Rainy Day Woman. It is very easy climbing to a one move boulder problem. Its a fun long pitch though, and you can lower to the ground with a 70 meter rope.


Straight off the top of Rainy Day Woman.


Fixed Carabiners on the anchor.


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Thanks for posting, Jesse. Felt like I was the only one putting shiz in here.

You should put up some beta for Natural Log Cabin... Mar 13, 2006
Guidebook says 12b and I would tend to agree, especially if you don't have Rainy Day wired like a lot of people who climb at this wall do. The crux can be deceptive for taller people, making it a tricky onsight.

Especially with the recently moved anchors on Rainy Day, be sure to clip a draw to the anchors instead of clipping an anchor. Also, I would strongly recommend un-clipping the 3rd Rainy Day draw and using a double-length draw or alpine on the first bolt above the Rainy Day anchors.

No fixed gear on this route, and it's a pain in the butt to clean, and given the quality, I would probably not do this unless you had someone willing to 'follow' on TR afterwards to clean it. Jul 8, 2016