Type: Sport, 64 ft
FA: Eric Hörst, Bob Perna
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Shared By: Justin Johnsen on Nov 27, 2011 with improvements by peterkd5bwt and 1 other
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It might be called One and A Half Pines soon. A natural warm up climb. Low angle slabs to a crux at the end. This held water the longest of any climbs in the Electric Co. area when we were there (a couple of days after rain), requiring some different moves than if dry.


This route involves the only two evergreens in the area, tiny pine trees of some sort.


Six bolts to an anchor, mostly of recent vintage.


Justin Johnsen
Sacramento, CA
Justin Johnsen   Sacramento, CA  
Thanks Peter, I'm using your measured height. Your fall height calculations sound interesting, would you be willing to share what you find with the curious? Jan 3, 2015
Kurt G.
Reading, PA
Kurt G.   Reading, PA
took an alternate line on TR on this. started about 6 feet to the right on the flakes. first half up to the ledge is pretty easy, 5.8 stuff. after the ledge is pretty non existent with a mix of mono pockets and small crimps, maybe 5.10/5.11 range. lot of fun though Oct 19, 2015
Tim Schafstall  
Great climb and although the new guidebook has downrated this to 5.6, consensus opinion is 5.8 (see above). Also, be aware that clipping 2 of the bolts is a long reach for folks around 5'5" or less. One bolt is a stretch even for me at 5'8". Also, the two pines are long gone, with only the dead and sun-bleached stumps remaining. Nov 8, 2018