Type: Trad, 40 ft (12 m)
FA: Dave Hodson, Herb North, Jr., Phil Armadas 1976
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Shared By: Ted Smith on Feb 6, 2013
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The crux is getting past the 'roof' formed by a leftward lean of the crack as it narrows from body size to about 4 inches. This forces one into a very insecure stance on very small features to the left of the crack.


Due West of the Pinnacles, on the right side of a 40 foot beautiful, steep, granite slab. 'Good Vibrations' is immediately to the left.


First piece is a #4 Big Bro, then 4 inches to .5 above will get you to the top, where a single solid anchor bolt can be backed up with a slung boulder.