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FA: Garth McGee
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Shared By: Steve Marr on Oct 12, 2006
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Access Issue: Rule changes for pets and trail closures 30 minutes after sunset Details

Description

This route is located left of the prominent orange wall that contains two bolted face routes. Orange Peel starts off a couple of blocks against the base of the wall and climbs a thin finger crack in a left facing corner. After a slick start, work up the thin crack using intermittent and shallow finger holds � the majority of the crack is tips at best. There are some good flakes a little over half way to the top that offer solid climbing a good holds on the face. Once above these flakes, its easy climbing to the anchors. Rap with one rope. You can easily top rope this route, but there will be some rope drag across the low angle rock near the anchors

Protection

Standard rack with an emphasis on small gear (TCUs and small Aliens)

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