Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 2 pitches
FA: Rusty Baille, David Lovejoy, Jack Hauck 1970
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Shared By: Tim Heid on Sep 19, 2011
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Access Issue: Falcon Closures from February 1st until July 15th Details

Description

Fantastic climbing and a great intro climb to Granite Mountain. Debut begins about 10 feet to the left of a large pine on the Pine Tree Ledge.

Pitch 1: Follow the shallow cracks up to a small roof. Pull the roof to the right on good jugs. Then follow a double crack system up to a gully to the right of a few bushes. 5.4 150'

Pitch 2: The money pitch and a classic for the grade. Step across the gully to the right and make a few mantel moves up to a big ledge. Continue up the hand to finger crack on the right. Then face climb towards a huge roof; pull the roof on the right and continue up a gorgeous dihedral that turns into clean liebacking to a big ledge. 5.5 150'

Descent: Walk left from the ledge and follow a faint trail back to the Pine Tree Ledge.

Location

Starts on the left side of the Pine Tree Ledge. Look for the 2 discontinuous cracks that lead to a small roof just to the right of a black water streak.

Protection

Standard Rack to 3".

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