Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: Jim Ablao, Ted Stahl
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Shared By: ferrells on Feb 20, 2010
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick

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This is a somewhat chossy route (update: no longer chossy!), but if you want to warm up for the 10's and 11's, this is a decent option. Start from the left, and watch for moss, the first bolt is high.
Expect to stand on your feet for most of it, with only a few moves where you have to pull.


In the middle of the Table Scraps Wall, about thirty feet left of side-by-side crack and water groove.
I've included this route on the Shipwreck wall because the Table Scraps wall, as an area, would only have one good route in it (Fish n Chips). Also, while Table Scraps is a separate face, it's hardly a separate area, they are a thirty second scramble from one another.
If you are trying to locate Table Scraps Wall, hike a steep, long uphill past Lower Shipwreck and Upper Shipwreck until you see a low angle slab on the right with decent rock.


Bolts, 7 or so


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This route has cleaned up nicely and is well worth doing. Thoughtful and sustained on the upper face, I wouldn't call it chossy at all anymore. Jan 19, 2014
Peter Rakowitz
Portland, OR
Peter Rakowitz   Portland, OR
Not chossy but still not the best rock. May 29, 2015
Great route, not much chalk to guide you to the anchors. Nov 9, 2017