Type: Trad, 150 ft (45 m), 2 pitches
FA: Eddie Medina and Sean Cobourn June 2008
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Shared By: Sean Cobourn on Jun 8, 2008
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Pitch 1: Step onto the wall, climb incut edges past two bolts. There is a TCU placement and/or a bush to sling higher up. Mantle onto a moss covered ledge and belay at the tree. 5.6
Pitch 2: Climb the obvious corner nearest the tree. Pull the roof to the right. continue to the top of the pedestal and belay off a tree. To descend, scramble down and north to the rings above No Country For Old Men. Two ropes needed to get down.


50 yards left of Black Bear Buttress proper is a scruffy looking cliff. At the right side of the crag is a steep wall littered with incuts and sporting 2 bolts.


NC trad rack up to 3 Camalot. 2 bolts on first pitch.


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