Type: Trad, 220 ft (67 m), 2 pitches
FA: Shannon Stegg and Scott Sanders ca. 1980
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Shared By: Andrew McDowell on Feb 22, 2011 · Updates
Admins: Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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P1: Climb up a very cool feature past a bolt protected 5.10 move to gain a shallow 5.8 corner above.  There's ground fall potential just before getting a good piece about 15ft above bolt.  Follow the corner to the ledge and step left 5ft to start up the weakness above with good gear and fun movement.  Follow it up to an obvious flake/crack section above.  Pull the powerful crux section, with a strenuous but bomber placement, to get to the rest above.  Traverse right 5ft to the shared anchor with Cracker State and Georgia Meatshower.  This pitch is classic!

P2: Traverse way left staying kind of low with sparse pro and continue up the face to a huge right angling, right facing corner. Belay on ledge above corner. This pitch can be somewhat runout for leader and follower

P3: Pick a cool looking path to the top, wandering if you want to make it easier or better protected.

Location Suggest change

Start at a nice flat area below the obvious angular feature.  In between Cracker State and Georgia Meatshower.

Protection Suggest change

Doubles of cams to #2, one #3 nuts, tricams lots of long slings

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