Type: Sport, 180 ft (55 m), 2 pitches
FA: Traci Marx, Doniel Drazin
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Shared By: Ryan Kelly on Nov 5, 2007
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P1: (5.7) Start in a channel with a very obvious black water streak. The first 40 feet are the steepest of the pitch, coming in a bit shy of vertical for a couple moves. It then eases up considerably. Follow up the slab to a small ledge at the base of a small wall. There should be two sets of anchors, mussy clips on your left and rings on your right. Use the Mussy anchor if continuing on to P2. A fun 5.9 (Head Wound) veers right.

P2: (5.8) Traverse slightly left and pull over the wall wherever suits you. Continue up some slab for a could of clips. The route will bifurcate yet again. Go left up the less steep, yet better rock, of the two. A fun move pulls onto the wall and jugs bring you to two open shuts.

I can't be definitive about the length. I know a 60 meter gets you down with room to spare. Can't speak to a 50m, so I called it at 90 feet per pitch.

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Towards the right side of Easy Street there is a large black streak in the middle of a small channel. You can't miss it.

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About 8 draws should get you up both pitches. Mussy clips at the first anchor, open shuts at the second.