Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Ken Klis & Pat Meezan, 1985
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Shared By: Ryan Nevius on Jan 17, 2012
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Climb a left facing corner (the "eyebrow") to the first bolt. Traverse left on a ledge to a seam that starts at the second bolt. Then follow the seam and continue on through the bumps into the square trough on "Camel". If you want to top rope, use a directional to the bolts from the anchors above Camel.


A few feet to the right of Burn Permit (the direct variation to No Permit Required), left of the 60 Seconds crack system. Look for the left-facing corner.


5 bolts. Optional gear (medium) at the top, but if you make it past the last bolt, you should be fine without. Well protected.


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M Alexander
M Alexander   SLO, CA
Personally I find this route both easier and more fun than Camel. Plus its better protected.

EDIT: Well, maybe not better protected. The third bolt is at the crux. Potentially a bad fall from the best clipping stance. Mar 1, 2016