Type: Trad, 175 ft (53 m), 2 pitches
FA: Karl Karlstrom & Eric Karlstrom 1970
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Shared By: tourjee Tourjee on Dec 6, 2009
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Access Issue: Falcon Closures from February 1st until July 15th Details


Start at obvious but agave filled corner system just to the right of the slab.

P1:Head past first agave making some crux moves to its right. Arrange a belay just below and to the left of the large boulder in front of you. Apparrently the crack to the left of the first pitch makes a good 5.8 variation.

P2: Move past another dastardly agave. The route continues up the obvious squeeze chimney to your right. Follow crack to the top negotiating your way around a very large prickly pear. Another 5.7 variation, that offers a cleaner and possibly more enjoyable finish, is found via a crack going out right, before reaching the large succulant.
Belay at the top and walk off to the East.


doubles to #3bd & a #4 camalot, stoppers.