Type: Trad, TR, 70 ft
FA: Randy Dewes, et. Al., 1983 may have been done much earlier in 70's, solo'ed
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Shared By: Conrad Wilson on Aug 7, 2011
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Great face climb. Most often top roped need 60M rope. Can be done on lead. Pro micronuts/swedges through 1"


Locate the black overhang in the far right of the parking lot directly below the first belay of 'Regular Route'.


Top Rope. Anchors and chains. Shares anchors with the Regular route.
If you choose to lead this; micro nuts, (screamers), small cams to .3, ball nuts, crash pads for the start.


Climb this if you are really strong 5.10+ climber. Ground fall potential for most of it. The '5.9' slab is old school slab. Best toproped! Jul 1, 2015
Brad J
Brad J  
Led this somewhere around 1990. Seem to remember a .75 (or equivalent) camelot just below the small roof, one small nut and the smallest camelot sticking straight out of the rock at right angles. One time I fell on the small nut and it held. Good thing cause it would have been a long fall.
Brad Apr 20, 2016