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Routes in Little Harbor/Shark Harbor

Belinda V3 6A
Davey Jones. V0- 4-
Monsters from the deep. V0 4
Smells fishy V0- 4-
Victory at Sea. V-easy 3
Welcome to Little Harbor V2 5+
Type: Boulder, 400 ft
FA: Joshua Reinig
Page Views: 515 total, 10/month
Shared By: Joshua Reinig on Sep 10, 2013
Admins: jt512, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

WTLH is a deep water solo that traverses the entire peninsula.
Starts on descent but sometimes slimey easy 5th. Short but exciting crux moves 2/3 of the way into traverse over a sea cave, then over a giant Chockstone!!!

Location

Obvious large peninsula protruding from center of bay. Start on south side. Have fun. :)

Protection

Deep water solo.

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Just did this route; it was super fun but the rock quality is not excellent. I'd say there are no individual moves beyond v1, if that - but there are some precarious positions along the way. Attempt at your own risk, as always.

Since someone asked, let me clarify the location even though I think it is well described. There are 2 beaches (shown in the little harbor/shark harbor photo) buttressing up against each other. There is a rock formation between them, locals call it the 'whale tail,' protruding out into the ocean in the middle of the 2 beaches. Welcome to Little Harbor begins by approaching from the south beach (shark harbor) and traversing all the way around the whale tail until you end on the north beach (little harbor).

It was fantastic, exhilarating, and beautiful! May 31, 2016
Is this the same rock as "victory at sea?" Climbed up the east and south faces of that one Nov 26, 2015
Hey do you have any photos of what you're referring to here? Been going to little harbor for years and done a little bit of messing around on the boulders by shark harbor though not sure how that maps to what you're describing here Nov 26, 2015