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Trad, TR, 45 ft,
Avg: 2.9 from 84
> Lower Slabs
The obvious line on this section of the cliff, the crack system between the Flake Route and The Dike. It starts on the right-angling hand crack (a few face moves are more fun.) Climb up to a comfortable rest with a vertical seam leading to the left-angling finger-crack system. The crux is getting into the second crack system, but it is easily protected with a medium nut or TCU. Find the good feet on the face and finger locks. The route is classic except for the last 5 feet which are just a little akward.
On the lower slabs between the Flake Route (5.5) and The Dike (5.8). Start at the right-angling hand crack.
Small/medium nuts (up to #9 or #10) and cams up to thin hands. I find TCUs work better on the upper section. The route is easily toproped from trees about 5-10 feet back from the top.