Avg: 2 from 8 votes
|Type:||Trad, 100 ft|
|FA:||FRA: Mike Reardon, Phil Kleisler Easter 2011|
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|Shared By:||Mike Reardon on Apr 26, 2011|
|Admins:||Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry|
A great route that offers stemming, a 45 foot fist crack, and possibly the largest horn at the Bald. It is hidden from view from the ground and hidden from the 2nd pitches of other climbs. I believe has been untouched because of its elusiveness. It looks vegetated but the climbing by-passes all of the junk and stays pleasant the whole way. Hop and stem between a sharp arete, a fist crack, and another nice arete, passing a hug horn out right, and avoiding the vegetation. Rap from the tree 100 feet to the ground. Note: most of this climb is the 2nd pitch of Resurrection, 5.10.
About 30 feet down and left of sea wolf, locate a small unpleasant gully with a large double trunked oak tree. This route starts above the tree; boulder up the broken stuff or shimey up the slab and you will see this obvious open book with two aretes and a crack