Type: Trad, 2 pitches
FA: Dave Loeks, Claude Suhl, 1973
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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappelling Details


1. Climb the large, right-facing flake to a ledge, move right to a large pine tree and belay at the bolted rap station. 60 feet, 5.4

2. Go easily to a large roof that is 20-25 feet or so above the tree. Once over the roof, climb a shallow open book and a crack system that leads to a 20-foot headwall. Up the headwall (crux) to a ledge, then diagonal up and left, simple climbing, to the bolted rap station. 70 feet, 5.9

Two raps to the ground with a 60m rope. 


Go the base of High Exposure, then walk right for 150 feet or so and look for the large, obvious, right-facing flake.


Standard 'Gunks rack.