Type: Trad, Sport, 135 ft (41 m), 3 pitches
FA: Al Simons
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Shared By: allen simons on Oct 3, 2009
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Start at lowest point on south face.

P1. Climb to first bolt of Dancing in the Moonlight, but climb right into a shallow, water runnel/chimney. Continue up and out of chimney cutting left to belay for Dancing.

P2. Walk into the chimney and go up past 3 bolts gaining the left wall. Finish the pitch with the hand/fist crack to the second belay for Dancing.

P3. Finish by climbing the crack on the right side of the summit block to a two chain anchor. It is not visible in the photo - see the topo.


On the South face of Moonlight Rock at the lowest point, take runnel right of Dancing.


P1 - one bolt, gear to 1 1/2 inches. P2 - 3 bolts and gear to 4 inches. P3 - gear to 3 inches. Belays/rappels from top to bottom - 25 feet, 60 feet, 50 feet.