Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m)
FA: Rich Gottlieb - 1976
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Shared By: saxfiend on Dec 16, 2006
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A must-do! For most of its length, Flying Frog is delicate face climbing on crimpy holds with sparse but adequate pro. When you reach the top of this long expanse of beautiful black rock, you'll feel like you've done something special.

Climb the face past a small tree growing out of a crack (keep the tree to your right). Continue up the face, trending left, and on to a right-facing dihedral near the top. Climb the dihedral to finish on a ledge.

NOTE: If you're not ready to lead this one yet, Flying Frog can be toproped after leading Mescaline Daydream and rapping on double ropes.


Starts about 30' right of Mescaline Daydream on the upper trail. Rap from the anchors shared with Mescaline Daydream.


Plenty of small stuff -- nuts and doubles in the smaller cams. Bolted rap anchors up top.