Type: Sport, TR, 100 ft
FA: K. McBride and G. Mustoe (1971)
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Shared By: michael faith on Jun 26, 2012
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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A Larrabee State Park classic. Sports a couple of large run outs.


Follow the bolt line up the middle of the wall; start is slightly right of the first bolt.


4 bolts.


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Bay Area, CA
ktaylor   Bay Area, CA
Nice to see the Larrabee section going up. Did my first outdoor climbs here back in the early 90's. If I remember correctly this was my first lead ever. Might want a cam or two for the crack near the top to protect the last move. Mar 1, 2013
Adam Starecheski
Bellingham, WA
Adam Starecheski   Bellingham, WA
This climb is exciting, and fun! You can bring a SR to 2" to make it feel a little more secure. Someone put a two bolt anchor at the top. Be confident at the grade. Go lead it! Jul 15, 2018
noah dailey
Mill Valley, CA
noah dailey   Mill Valley, CA
I would advise that potential leaders bring a single rack from say .3 or .4 to 2". While the climbing itself is never 'amazing' or 'classic', the route offers an interesting and thought provoking lead, as a result of the route finding, gear placements, and distances between pro. Additionally, the location over the water is rather unique and undoubtably beautiful.

It should be noted that despite being graded 5.7, this is not a beginners lead, and the leader should be solid climbing in the 'no fall zone.'

Some of the bolts on the route belong in the mank files, while the two bolt anchor at the top is about as bomber as bomber gets. Sep 30, 2018