Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Joe Turley, 1961
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Shared By: John Wilder on Jul 30, 2010
Admins: Nate Ball, Kate Lynn

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A fairly good route with a pretty hard start. Up above lies interesting, engaging, and well protected climbing. There is no anchor- use the fixed line to the right of the route to descend.

Start slightly above the base of the dihedral and boulder up to gain the crack. Follow this up and right through some overhangs and a chimney to a tree.


At the upper Brunser cliff, there is an obvious dihedral system that ends at a large roof. Just to the right of this is a thin crack that leans to the right (and bottoms in the dihedral).


gear to 3"


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Jason Pon  
As of May 4, 2018 no fixed line. First tree to the right is dead. The next tree is good to rap off of but not ideal for top rope. May 3, 2018
The dead tree has a little notch that likes to get ropes stuck. You're kind of forced into it if you're rapping and cleaning, but you can just hike up around the right to free the rope. Jun 29, 2018