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|Type:||Sport, 220 ft (67 m), 2 pitches|
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|Shared By:||Ross Keller on Feb 28, 2012|
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For the latest information, go to this link: fs.usda.gov/recarea/coronad…
Please take note of the request for climbers to avoid disturbing raptors if at all possible.
Self-policing our behavior is MUCH better than an outright ban!
CASA Page on Raptors for more information: theclimbershome.org/breedin…
Douglas Ranger District Tel: 520.364.6816.
1) Go up 25' past 2 bolts (recommend a stick clip of bolt 1) Reach righ to bolt 3, then further right 10' to a pedestal. Move up past two more bolts (crux passing bolt #5) to a low angled area. This is where it gets interesting. Traverse right and slightly downward past three bolts to a bulge. Step further down and right, reach out to clip a bolt, then make a difficult and airy move to a belay station. (5.11b - 130')
2) Continue more or less straight up, passing 5 bolts to the leadge/ramp left of the What's My Line start. There's a healthy runout after the final bolt, but the climbing gets progressivly easier. (5.11a - 80')
The rock at the beginning is still a bit crunchy (hence the stick clip recommendation), but gets better as you ascend. All of the difficulties are well bolted.