Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Jim Stuberg, Carl Harrison, 1981
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Shared By: Joe Brannan on Oct 23, 2010
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Climb past two trees using a hand crack which narrows to fingers and gets covered in lichen. Climb up to a steep headwall of rotten rock. Climb through the weakness in the headwall, pro is questionable through here. The final moves involve turning a roof using manky jugs. Large pine for anchor.


Follow Hawk Eagle Ridge approach to the top of the formation, just past a slabby drainage scramble. As you turn the corner above the class 3 slabs, the low angle face with this route comes into view. Start 20 feet left of a dirty dihedral.


Trees can be slung low, or hand/finger crack is available. Standard rack.


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