Type: Trad, 25 ft (8 m)
FA: Jon Frank & Ratzliff 1979
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Shared By: Craig Childre on Dec 13, 2007 · Updates
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Just above the top out of Flying Nun is a short roof section. The left hand-sized crack is Little Roof, the right fist+ sized crack is 'Sloth'. Start directly under the crack, climbing up 10 ft of easy face to a rail below the roof. Here, you can place a 0.1 cam in the thin seam on the roof, or, reach to the jug rail in the base of the crack and place a cam or two (0.5-1) overhead. High hands and lay-backing gets you over the bulge where you gain a mossy finger crack and establish yourself on easy terrain. An anchor can be built directly above Sloth with cams at 2/3. 

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Alcove just above Flying Nun. You can climb up to the Crazy Alice anchor and scramble up as well. Not to mention, you could hike in from up top.

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