Type: Trad, 400 ft (121 m), 4 pitches
FA: Kevin Leary, Bill Taylor
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Shared By: Greg Barnes on Jan 16, 2007 · Updates
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Description Suggest change

The 'long' trad classic of Pine Creek, with lots of hand cracks and variety. A bit of crumbly and/or hollow rock in several spots (including the crux).

Location Suggest change

Left edge of the main Ministry Wall panel, starting in a slick right-leaning crack. Stepping back from the base you can see the P3 roof you're aiming for.  

Four rappels with a single 70m will get you down, with the final rap being from one of a few different bolted anchor options on the Ministry Wall itself. Yell "rope" when appropriate and don't disturb the few loose rocks on the route since it is a busy area. 

Protection Suggest change

Pro to 4" including micronuts/RPs for crux, extra 1.25-3". Two trad anchors, two bolted anchors with Mussy hooks (top of 2nd, top of 4th).

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