Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: Bradley White, Ed Hawes Nov. 2010
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Shared By: bradley white on Nov 14, 2010
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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This is the furthest westward side of 'Schist a side' wall. We climbed from the higher tier start. Move left and up past small tree on the vertical protrusion until the band of white rock is reached. Move directly up left and surmount onto the schist slab/face(crux). Climb slab/face low angle to large pine and belay. This route doesn't have any dead pine branches blocking the ascent. It has the most rock that is clean of obstacles. The start is lichen covered bomb for 15-20 ft.


Furthest west start below this section of cliff. It could start 15ft lower but this would cause rope drag that would tear your rope up.


Run out 20ft of lichen and moss covered rock to small stopper pro. Move up the white rock and there will be another decent stopper crack. Run it out again 20ft on knobby rock to the pine tree and belay. Past the belay tree is woods and the west side of the dirty slab.