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Access Issue: Some rocks in this area are on private property. Seasonal Raptor Nesting. Details


About 20 feet to the right of "Unnamed 5.9". Start from the starting ledge of the "Unnamed 5.9" and do a committing traverse right with no pro to gain the finger crack, or start below the ledge and go straight up to the crack (pro may be available for the latter start). Crank through the finger crack (crux) to a good stance. Move right around the arete and up to a large crack/dihedral finish. Belay from top shelf. Climbing between the crux and dihedral is easier than it looks from the ground.


Start about 20' to the right of "Unnamed 5.9". Anchor and belay from the top. Walk down about 25 yards left (climber's left) of the top out.


Cams to 2" and a single 4" (the large cam is nice for the top out moves). Double up on small finger size for the bottom crux.