Type: Trad, 400 ft (121 m), 4 pitches, Grade II
FA: Paul Cobb, Tom McMillan - 1972
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Shared By: Will Copeland on Oct 12, 2009
Admins: Steve Lineberry, Aaron Parlier

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P1 (5.7)- Climb up a series of cracks about 50 feet to a bolt. Proceed right, below some shrubery. Clip into an anchor built from the shrub and a wrapped rock. Looked solid as of october 2009. The guidebook says there are bolts for anchors but I couldn't find them anywhere.

P2 (5.6)- Climb up 35 feet and up over a roof into a 5.4 section. It was (october 2009)very mossy, wet, and covered in lichen so watch your footing. Pitch ends in a tunnel leading to a very large ledge. Again, be careful, if it has rained recently the tunnel going up will be very slick.

P3 (5.7)- no need for anchor at the belay. climb up a corner (good spots for larger cams, BD-C4 #1,2,3), then over and around 200 feet to 2 bolts for an anchor.

P4 (5.2)- walk/climb to two more bolts about 30 feet up. From here you can walk to the left to the summit trail (1 mile) that takes you back to the parking lot. You could also rap down, but it's much quicker to walk back down and around to the bottom of the crag.

Location Suggest change

from the table rock picnic area, walk the trail, take a right down the trail to the crag

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Standard Rack
BD-C4 .5-3
Metolius TCU's 1-4
BD nuts 5-13
don't need anything out of the ordinary

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