Type: TR, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Chris Chaney on Apr 22, 2010
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This is an easy slab rib to the east of the main rock of Jazz. It can be easily top roped and is great for small kids. You could do it in a couple of pitches if you're so inclined.

The rock is somewhat clean with a couple of patches of loose stuff to the side, but it's so easy that the quality isn't much of a factor. If you don't have little guys climbing, you'll probably want to avoid this one.


From the right-most route on the main wall of Jazz Dome, walk east crossing the slope until you reach a rib of rock. Climb the left side of it, starting at the bottom in a sort of gully between ribs and trending left.


None. Trees to the side of the slab serve as top rope anchors.