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|Type:||Trad, 3 pitches|
|FA:||Jim McCarthy and Dave Craft, 1958|
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|Shared By:||Orphaned User on Sep 2, 2007|
|Admins:||Morgan Patterson, RJ B|
The less-climbed second pitch goes up a shallow left-facing corner above the belay bolts to a rooflet, under which you traverse left. Up a steep face with some reachy moves, then up and right following the path of least resistance to the GT ledge and another bolted anchor.
The quite-less-climbed third pitch, while short, is fun and exciting: on the GT ledge, walk left to the base of a left-facing corner. Climb up the corner underneath the roof, and escape right, continuing on to the cliff top.
Descent: from the clifftop, use a tree anchor to get to the GT ledge, between this route and Minty. From the GT, there are 2 two-bolt anchors: at the GT, and mid-cliff at the top of first pitch.