Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Gary Terpening and Joe Bridges 1989
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Shared By: Anthony Baraff on Jul 19, 2010
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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappelling Details


Start the same as Easter Time Too, with hands 10 feet up traverse left to the small 3 foot high left facing corner capped by a pebble covered overhang, follow the crack up and right to another small left facing corner, go up passing a frisbee-sized area of orange rock, move up and left to a ledge before traversing left to the Day Tripper oak tree rap station.



I toproped the route belayed from a rope set up on the belay tree for Day Tripper with a substantial directional anchor set up 20 feet right of the belay tree. The gear looks difficult to place and consists largely of micro nuts with a few pebbly horizontals available for more substantial gear. This looks like a scary lead with little protection available to prevent ground fall until after climbing through 15 feet of 5.9 territory.