Type: Trad, 120 ft (36 m), 2 pitches
FA: Army climbers?
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Shared By: Steve Marr on Jan 11, 2007
Admins: Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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This is the best of the Green Corner routes, unfortunately the fun climbing is over almost as soon as it starts. Because of the long traverse, the climb is usually split into two pitches. If you've already climbed Triple Overhangs and Green Gremlin and don't want to repeat the start for the third time, you can rappel from a pine tree at the top of the cliff to the base of the open book. Climb the left side of the block to the large ledge below the Green Gremlin corner. Traverse right along the ledge for about 60 feet to the base of a short open book and belay here. Climb the short dihedral with the nice finger crack. The crux is exiting the corner where there are two options - left or right. Look for a great hold up and over the top and pull yourself over. Fun climb, too bad it's so short.

To descend, either rappel from trees at the top or walk off left.


This shares the start with Triple Overhangs and Green Gremlin right of the tree trunk and up the left side of a large block.


A light rack with small to medium gear.