Type: Sport, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Ryan Carlino on Apr 9, 2006
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Access Issue: 2020 updated closure info Details
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Begin behind a small juniper bush. There's a block you can undercling and then mantle. From there to points right you could climb anywhere on the face. Head to the drilled pin and then to the cave. Pass it on the right side up a cool gully to the top.


It is on the "second tier" of Keyhole. From the South End Topropes of Kindergarten (Cathedral), hike west, uphill on a dirt trail to a saddle. The second tier is on your right. You can access the top of the climb by hiking around back, into a small canyon between 2 fins. A little hiking gets you to a place where you can walk on top of the fin of interest. Pass a large boulder and walk the top of the fin to the anchors.


1 drilled pin and a piton in the cave. 5.7R in the book. I'd TR from the Martian Route anchors.