Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: FA 1972 Charlie Porter, Walter Rosenthal FFA 1975 Dale Bard, Werner Braun FFA 1st pitch Peter Croft
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Climb Pink elephants and rappel in. Two long rappels bring you to a wedged block with slings. Back these up in the crack above.

The start is the crux. 5.12 fingers-extremely painful. Above the crack slowly eases before a wide section. Second pitch, 5.10 fists to a stance with an ankle breaking ledge. Place gear high, bust through 5.11 fingers, and continue to top.

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The start to pink elephants is extremely circuitous. Head a long ways right before you head up. Poison Oak!!

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Standard rack with 1-2 fist size and possibly one #4 camalot. No fixed anchors.


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