Type: Trad, 280 ft (85 m), 3 pitches
FA: 1950's
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Shared By: Paul Deagle on Nov 14, 2012 · Updates
Admins: Morgan Patterson, M Santisi, chris vultaggio

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Good first pitch for teaching new people to climb. The second and third pitchs were actually pretty fun. If you are in the area like I was, give it a go.

Pitch 1 5.0 PG Climb alcove, passing large tree on the right, continue up to the top, sharing belay ledge with Middle Earth's (100 ft).

Pitch 2 5.1 PG Diagonal up on ledges, then up (hollow) face to GT Ledge, again belay at a pine tree (80 ft).

Pitch 3 5.2 PG. Per the Dick Williams guide, "Climb corner for 30ft, passing oak tree to ledge. Traverse left for 10 ft, moving up and left to narrow ledge. From left side of ledge, diagnol up left (40 ft of 4th class runout on 4th class slab) to grassy ledge below short right facing corner". (100 ft) I'm not sure if this is what I did. I think it was but I don't believe the route gets climbed that much so I found a lot of lichen.

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Look for the next major crack system about 50' right of Middle Earth. The raps down Middle Earth have been removed due to unstable rock - instead walk right along the top to the Arrow raps.

Protection Suggest change

Standard gunks rack. Aliens helpful as always.

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