Avg: 2 from 1 vote
|Type:||Boulder, 12 ft|
|FA:||Ian Anderson and Hiro Watanabe|
|Page Views:||451 total · 6/month|
|Shared By:||Lance McMullan on Feb 20, 2012|
Access Issue: Details
The trailhead starts at a sign that says "No trespassing," but the trail is fairly busy and the owners have no problem with hikers/climbers going through.
The problem involves very long reaches and difficult slopers. To start, put hands and feet on both walls and step up. Move left hand up to the obvious hold. With right, reach around the side and slap the outer wall. Move left foot over to the right side, as far as possible. Move left hand from hold to small crimp in the middle of the wall. Heel-hook the outer wall with right foot. Bump right hand, maybe twice. Reach left hand up and around and grab the sloper. Move both feet around and step up. No top out.
The short boulder problem is located in the chalked-out cave directly in front of the path leading up to the crag. Identifiable by the broken red tooth bush in a crack.
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