Type: Trad, 300 ft, 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: Hickey, Daly, Cook. June, 1991
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Shared By: Nathan W. on Sep 11, 2013
Admins: M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Access Issue: Always check SEKI road conditions and peregrine closures Details


A sporty route up a sustain but featured face. Knoby face climbing past bolts to a two bolt anchor. The route starts on a narrow ledge, you'll step out left and make for the small right-facing corner 10 feet up, after this climb upward through balance-e climbing from knob to knob, following the bolts for 150' to the anchor. Continue up 5.6 slab for the next pitch and one low-fifth pitch upward to the stairs as the Finish. Rapping off would result in having to down-climbing the 4/5 class sections below the climb.


The route starts a few hundred feet downhill from Bear Damage(5.10). There are two ways to approach the climb. You can start down the East Gully, following a vague trail, until you see the route to the right of a right facing corner and can scramble up 4/low 5th Class blockiness, or you can walk up the stairs for a bit until you see the trail over the railing on the left that leads towards the shorter sport routes. Follow this and down climb through some trees walk across a ledge until you see a rap anchor inside of a little ravine at the end of the ledge. this Rap will take you to the base of the climb without climbing the approach blocks.


Bring plenty of alpine draws and draws. Bring TCUs for the small corner at the starts. A 60m rope if you plan on topping out and not rapping.


Chad N
Central California
Chad N   Central California
Classic knob slab climbing between bolts. 2P. Same kind of climbing on Ticket Ride 5.9 2 or 3P. East Face Moro has morning sun, evening shade. Draws, alpine draws, few cams/nuts for 2P anchor. Apr 8, 2016