Type: Trad, 140 ft (42 m)
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Access Issue: 1. RAIN & WET ROCK 2. DANGER OF EROSION Details


"Pick A Pocket" follows a left leaning line of bolts up a featured slab and pockets to a bulge. Four bolts protect the initial slab and bulge. Aim for a large polished grey cobble just above the bulge. Continue up left past three large inclusions and pockets which facilitate pulling through a series of three bulges with large, featured, inclusions and pockets. In terms of route finding, when in doubt go left. Six more bolts lead to an obvious, but committing crux, and the anchor equipped with Mussy Hooks.


Located left of "Cascada" and "Itsy Bitsy Spider" on the east wall of the First Corridor. Begin down the slope 25 ft. left of "Cascada." If you go downslope to the tree/bush you've gone ten feet too far.


P1 - 12 bolts to Mussy hooks. 

P2 - 1 bolt to chains. 

Above the Mussy Hooks, another bolt leads to a chain anchor shared with "Tethys." Two rappels to reach the base from the top of P2.