Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: Hans Kraus, Bonnie Prudden
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Shared By: John Peterson on Oct 30, 2012
Admins: Morgan Patterson, RJ B

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Start on the wall left of "the nose", facing Double Crack. Look for a left-facing corner a ways uphill and left from the Nose.

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This route is so obscure it wasn't even worth naming (the number 49 refers to the route number in the old guidebook). This route is not really bad, just not that good. The rock is mostly solid but there is a lot of vegetation in the top half.

Climb a left facing corner on the wall opposite Double Crack - this is the left edge of a fairly smooth wall. At the top of the corner, traverse right around overhangs to a lower angle face with lots of grass and lichens. You'll find a fixed anchor (a couple of pins) over there. From the anchor wander on up to the top.

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Standard Gunks rack

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