Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: savant fandangles on May 27, 2013
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Access Issue: Top rope ban in effect@SEMICOLON@ DO NOT SLING THE CEDARS. Details


At Morphine are two prominent roofs. Bisecting these two roofs is a book fold. At the base is a yellow '39.' This is your route. Ascend the face. Pull the crux move and continue up to the book fold and step left to the ledge with the large cedar tree. From here you wrap. An alternative is to continue up the roof through the crack, which is 5.10. This is a very well protected route. It is very much a Seneca style 5.7, so expect technical climbing and committing moves.


Protection: G.


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savant fandangles  
There has been some debate as to the location at which the 5.7 pitch terminates. Some historical information and opinion indicate that you traverse left to the large ledge; some information, to traverse right to the large tree. However, recent climbing activity has the climber traversing right to the large tree. The reason for this appears to be the fact that the tree on the ledge to the left is not safe and further, protection to set up a belay is poor. In contrast, the tree to the right has a wrap station. Aug 12, 2013