Type: Trad, 110 ft
FA: James Debella/Eric Bretthauer
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Shared By: Rockbanned brett on Oct 23, 2012
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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Access Issue: Peregrine closures and approach trail issues Details


This route is marked by an 8 foot high right leaning ramp. The top of the ramp gives way to a splitter hand crack with a pine tree growing out of it 30 feet up. Jam the crack past the tree until the crack widens (3.5-4). Exit the crack to gain a clean slab with a finger crack at its top. Climb the finger crack to the slung pine tree. NOTE:**This line is an absolute rope stretcher. It can be safely rappelled with a 60 meter rope but one should NOT be lowered while the gear is still in place as this substantially decreases the available length of the rope. The leader WILL lower off the end! A top belay is advised.


Second Tier, 20' right of Bee's Knees...


standard rack up to #4