Type: Trad, 210 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Dave Craft/Jim Andress - 1958
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Shared By: Nicky Delay on May 20, 2013
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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappeling Details
Access Issue: A portion of Near Trapps has been closed to climbing Details


In an effort to continue exploring "Far Nears" climbs likely untouched since the Reagan administration, my partner and I worked our way up this "moderately interesting" route.

Make your way up P1 past a small right-facing flake to a ledge with some pine trees. (60 ft)

Continue up P2 jug-fest, and enjoy the nice views the exposure grants you. Top out under a giant ridge-top boulder, and then scramble around it to the trail for a walk-off. (150 ft)


120 ft left of The White Pillar block, a large block leaning against the cliff with an obvious crack, with Harvest Moon, on its right face; Find a short, right-leaning right-facing corner below a white, right-facing flake 25' up.

The pine tree belay at the top of P1 has red webbing tied around it.


PG - Standard Gunks rack



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I didn't think this was particularly loose. Anyway, if it was climbed a bit more and cleaned up it would be popular (End of the Near Trapps popular) as the face climbing is exposed and very nice. May 23, 2013