Type: Trad, 350 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Bruce Cooke & TM Herbert, 1968
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A nice but somewhat dirty route that has a unique topout!

P1-follow steep shallow corners and cracks to a decent ledge.

P2-a short pitch (technical crux) over a small roof to the base of the "Tree"

P3-climb the tree! Step off the top (very airy when windy!!!) of the tree.

Variation: climb 5.11 roof (might be dirty).


100' or so right of the lines on "The Line" lies the start.

Walk off standard east wall descent.

Obvious landmarks are "The Tree" itself.


Standard rack, heavier on smaller stuff. I actually got a 6" tube chock in one time, but it's not very necessary.