Type: Trad, 200 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Jim McCarthy, Royal and Liz Robbins, 1966
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Shared By: Ross Fadely on Jan 10, 2008
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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappelling Details


Great route that is not for the meek or inexperienced. Loose rock is found on the first two pitches, but it's not a horror show.

P1- Climb the nice, steep face to the obvious ledge. Belay below the right facing corner.

P2- A good pitch; keep a watchful eye out for loose rock. Climb the right facing corner and traverse a few feet under the overhang. Climb up and left over the hang via some exciting moves. Continue straight up past more questionable stone to the GT and a short, right-facing corner.

P3- Wild and committing! Up the short corner, then traverse under the overhang. Begin the grunt-fest by pulling the overhang at a short left facing corner. Continue up to the Shockley's Ceiling belay.

From the top, descend via a bolted rappel line over Strictly From Nowhere.


15 feet right of PR and about 50 feet right of Shockley's Ceiling.


Standard rack to 3".