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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closure: Upper Cheeks Details


The first pitch is often climbed as it is a fun .10 slab/thin crack.
Pitch 2 is the obvious roof that is visible from the road. Pitch 4 starts from the Beach, so is technically on the Upper Cheeks.

For pitch 1, climb a steep 5.9 corner with a crack to access the slab. Thin crack and crux slab climbing lead to a bolted, chain anchor below the roof. Continue via aid or descend. One 70-m rope is more than enough to rap off or toprope.


Around the corner to the right of Clay and All Dogs Go to Heaven is this slab with an obvious corner below it. Descend with a 60m rope.


Gear small to 2 inch. Fixed rappel anchor on top of P1. Other pitches probably require pins, etc. and the condition of their anchors is unknown.