Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: Bob Cockell '92
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Shared By: Chris Owen on Dec 8, 2006
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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IMHO the nicest of the three face routes.

Cracks and seams (small cams) lead left to a slab, climb this, it's thin past the bolt (crux), then eases at another horizontal, here you can clip the last bolt, a stare up at the anchors while wondering how the heck to get there....thin straight up, easier to the left or right.


Center of the northeast face.


A couple of small cams, 2 bolts, 2-bolt anchor.


Chris Owen
Big Bear Lake
Chris Owen   Big Bear Lake  
This was the first route I did in this area - a long time ago, and there was almost always no-one around. Jul 3, 2010
Chris Owen
Big Bear Lake
Chris Owen   Big Bear Lake  
Sept 5 2010, while the rest of the crags were very busy this was deserted - could it be the slabby trad nature of the climbing? Sep 5, 2010
lol I struggled up this more than mighty quinn nearby. Very slabby. Jul 19, 2013
Matt Himmelstein
Orange, California
Matt Himmelstein   Orange, California
The guidebook shows this following up the diagonal crack off the deck and then moving up from there. Jun 6, 2016