Type: Trad, TR, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Mark Mathis on Jul 18, 2007
Admins: Jason Halladay, Mike Hoskins, Anna Brown

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Description Suggest change

The easiest route at the cliff, but still exciting. Obtain the top of a short column, then layback up to the base of "Texas". The second layback section (up to the right and over) is the crux of the route.

Location Suggest change

A more or less obvious flake ~20ft up, roughly resembling the bottom part of the State of Texas, marks the start of the route. Belay from the top and walk off (to the left or right).

Protection Suggest change

Standard light trad rack (Cams from 0.3 to #2 camalot, maybe a couple nuts and slings/draws). No fixed anchor at the top but it's easy and common to climb to the right to reach the two brown-painted glue-in bolts in the large boulder on the ledge above "Flying A". Otherwise, climb to the big ledge at the top and use small/medium nuts and cam in a crack above the ledge for an anchor.