Type: Trad, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Jim McCarthy and Burt Angrist (1965)
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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappelling Details


P1, 5.8 PG: Climb up past the left-facing flake to a ledge at 30', step right, then straight up into an open book / dihedral capped by a roof. Move up and right (exiting left is "thoughtful" and harder), and belay at a stance (80 ft).

P2, 5.5: Climb the face above, diagonaling right on easier rock to the GT ledge.

P3, 5.8 PG: From the GT ledge, traverse to the right a bit (about 20 feet right of a small tree on the GT ledge, 10 feet left around the corner from three pines anchor) and make delicate moves over to a roof. Face climbing above leads to the top (50 ft). Be careful of large, loose rocks on this pitch.


40 feet right of Glypnod's right-facing corner, and left of Three Pines. Look for the dihedral with a roof.


I felt like placing the pro was pretty strenuous, but I am leading pretty close to my limit at 5.8.