Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: saxfiend on Dec 15, 2006 · Updates
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An outstanding route, probably the finest for the grade at Tallulah. It's well protected with some interesting roof moves on great rock. Don't miss Mescaline Daydream!

P1 - Starting under a small roof, move up and left of the roof into a short squeeze chimney that ends under a huge roof. Undercling the roof out left and escape up using a corner at the left end of the roof. Move up the corner to a spacious ledge and belay. 80'

P2 - Climb to an alcove, then move up and right pulling a small roof (crux). Continue up by laybacking and stemming a gorgeous right-facing corner to the a ledge and belay.  Rappel from here or continue up, passing the belay ledge for Flying Frog, to the "cave" above.  To get to the top and walk off, you have to do a short ~20-25ft chimney scramble at the back of the "cave". 


Starts after the trail switchback, but before getting to Digital Delight; just left of Flying Frog. From the bolted anchor, rap on two ropes down the face alongside Flying Frog.


Plentiful placements for small to medium pro; sling well to avoid rope drag.