Type: Trad, 180 ft, 3 pitches
FA: FA (P1) 1957: Jim McCarthy and Hans Kraus, FA (P2 & P3) 1968: John Stannard and G. Livingston
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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappelling Details

Description

P1: 5.8 G-PG: Climb the open book/flakes/face to a stance below the V-notch in the overhang. Climb past notch (crux), then work your way up past an awkward move to the overhang, move left to a belay stance at a belay/rap-station (60 ft)

P2: 5.10b G (but see comments below): Climb the overhang directly above into the short left-facing corner (crux), exit right onto the face and continue up a bit right to a belay on the ledge below the left-facing corner (60 ft)

P3: 5.9+ PG-PG13: Climb face and corner above to the overhangs. Diagonal steeply up right, then straight to the top (60 ft)

Location

Location: At the base of the open book, immediately left of the prominent nose, 40 ft left of Yellow Ridge, same as Fat Stick.

Protection

Standard rack. Can be done in 1 pitch with double ropes

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