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For the current gate code and rules, visitaccessfund.org/jailhouse.
Some critical conditions of the easement we need to comply with include:
- No dogs on the property
- Close all gates (typically there are over 200 head of horses on the property), particularly the gate to O'Byrnes Ferry Road
- No loud music
- No fires
- No camping at the cliff, trailhead, or anywhere in the vicinity
- Access allowed only from sun-up to one hour after sundown
- No littering
In addition, seasonal raptor closures on a portion of cliff line may be posted on the property and online if there is active raptor nesting.
Our ability to climb here is contingent on our compliance with the conditions of the easement.
Supreme Being shares the first four bolts of steep, juggy terrain with Burrito. From the excellent rest at the fourth bolt, head up and left toward an inviting rail and a casual clip. Crank through the crux via sequence of big and/or crimpy moves to a hidden jug near the sixth clip. While the business is over at this point, the final fifteen feet of climbing to the anchors is fairly technical, and definitely nontrivial when pumped.