Type: Trad, 600 ft (182 m), 7 pitches, Grade III
FA: unknown
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Shared By: kurthicks on Mar 16, 2013
Admins: Eric Bluemn, Mike Engle

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A very enjoyable route--this is crag classic that features great climbing, good exposure, and clean rock throughout! Walk about 100’ right of the road curve sign to the base of a dark groove.

P1) Start in the gully with a hand crack in it. Continue up the obvious narrow brown streak of clean rock to an anchor.

P2) Continue up the brown rock to an anchor, occasionally clipping bolts.

P3) Another pitch on brown rock leads to an anchor.

P4) Trend right into a raspberry-filled gully and up to a ledge with a small bush and a belay station. It is possible to do two double rope rappels from here to the ground using a tree for the second rappel.

P5) Traverse under the orange overhang to a belay on a boulder covered ledge.

P6-7) Head up and right to the top, following the bolts.

Rappel “Sticky Fingers” with 2 ropes.


Park as for Rolling Stone Wall.


Standard rack to 3". Extra quickdraws.