Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Gerry Keifer, Rod Schneir, Brian McGillicuddy
Page Views: 187 total · 2/month
Shared By: Dana Bartlett on May 21, 2009
Admins: JSH

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Climb up to the roof and a very short, left-facing corner. Move over the roof (crux) and into the larger left-facing corner system above. Go slightly left to a crack, move past this back into the left-facing corner and go up to a small ledge. Traverse left approximately 15-20 feet and to a pine tree and belay.


Approximately 60 feet left of the large orange corner of Eenie Meenie. Look for an open book with cracks on the left face, and a large tree about 10 feet up. The start of By the Toe is about 20 feet left of this point. Further left, you'll see the set of right-facing corners shown in the picture here.


Standard rack.


Steamy Pits  
If the climb were cleaned and had a more inspiring anchor, it would be quite good. Solid climbing throughout. First crux is low with small gear that is hard to place/evaluate. PG-13 for the onsight. Sep 18, 2017