Type: Trad, 55 ft (17 m)
FA: 10/23/2010 Mark Fletcher and Ron Hinckley
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Shared By: Mike Dannhardt on Mar 25, 2012
Admins: Ray Weber

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The climb goes up a lichen-covered face to several ledges (be careful of huge loose blocks on these ledges). Then the climb goes up to the right edge of the lichen covered face. Pull through a notch on good holds to the top. A large tree at the edge of the flat rock top can be used as an anchor for belaying, but you have to extend your position to the edge of the cliff to hear your partner.


This climb is between "Under The Nose" and "Holely No". The start is marked by a dead tree, which was probably a pine tree.


Trad rack


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