Type: Trad, 400 ft (121 m), 4 pitches
FA: Jerry Anderson & Jim Pettigrew, 1970
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Shared By: Mike Morley on Jul 24, 2007
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P1: Take your choice of two cracks off the ground, both of which lead to a tricky traverse right under a roof (a #3 or #4 Camalot comes in handy here). Continue up to belay at a tree. See ??.

P2: Continue up right-facing corner to another belay tree.

P3: Climb crack and face above tree and traverse right along the path of least resistance to the base of the "Caverns". Belay at a tree.

P4: Several options. Either delve into the depths and chimney up with no pro, climb the face just right of the chimney (also no pro), or climb a somewhat grungy right-facing crack above the belay tree (best option). All options are 5.7. Continue on easier ground to belay at a pine tree.

P5: Scramble right on dirty ground, skirting through the trees. Finish with a short 5.6 crack.

Descend by hiking to climber's left on reasonably well-defined trail.

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The fourth "open book" from the left.

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Standard rack to 4".