Type: Sport, 160 ft (48 m)
FA: Mike Baker, solo. (5-1-98)
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Shared By: DaveB on Oct 19, 2007
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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Description Suggest change

A nice route, especially for aspiring slab leaders. (Yes, there are such people...)

Technical crux is well protected (between bolts 3-5). Stay cool mid-route at the odd and tricky right-angling seam (sandy in spots). A couple widely-spaced drilled pitons protect this section. Follow seam to top.

Occasional rests....to reflect and question yourself, of course.

Location Suggest change

Quarter mile right of the the Naked Lady Boulder (cowboy art). The tallest section of Sunshine Wall. Route (bolted) begins low center of face, right of large boulder, and stays left of obvious crescent/sickle feature mid-wall.

Protection Suggest change

12-13 draws. Bolts, drilled pitons.
Anchors.
Double-rope rappel.

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