Type: Trad, 150 ft
FA: David Rubine & Eric Topel (1989)
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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures Details


Very exciting, full-pitch climbing with a great view.

Loose rock down low yields to even worse rock along the crack followed by much better rock up high.


Start just right of the point directly beneath the intersection of the two cracks which form the X.

Descend by rappelling with two ropes or by down-climbing an easy class four ramp on the back side.


6 bolts (all 3/8" x 3-3/4" wedge bolts). Gear: medium to 3".

Bolted anchor on top.


San Jose, CA
rhyang   San Jose, CA
As of last Tuesday (28-Dec-2010) there was a 7th bolt protecting the 5.10c direct finish. Jan 2, 2011
Patrick M.
Patrick M.   Vancouver
Can be top roped with a 70m rope. Nov 11, 2012