Type: Trad
FA: Larry and Tim Coats, late 70's FFA: Paul Davidson and Jim Haisley
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Shared By: chuck claude on Apr 27, 2007
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Description

There are two starts , the recommended is to the left through an easy tight handcrack until you are level with a rounded ledge on the right (about 25ft, traverse right.

Second start is to the right, up through broken poorly protected ground until reaching the ledge directly.

From the ledge stem through the perfect right facing stem box with the aid of the crack out to the right. Pull up onto the second ledge, and reach right for the slightly overhanging flared hands for a short crux before easier ground to the top.

Location

about 20ft to the right of East of Eden just below a right facing stem box leading to a spacious ledge.

Protection

0.4 microcamalots (C4's) to red (1.0) camalot (and very heavy- 3 each in 0.5 to 0.75 camalots) with a yellow or blue (2.0 or 3.0) optional for a single placement. The upper crack from the second ledge can be protected with either a large nut or a larger cam.

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