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Type: Trad, TR, 70 ft
FA: 2013 Tom Lane
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Shared By: Jay Harrison on Sep 4, 2014
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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It looks like a straight run through the bulge above the left-facing corner is easy enough. It's not.
Climb the slab up and left to a stance just right of the oak tree. Face holds (small gear in pockets) reach the crack and the base of the left-facing corner. Move up the corner a step or two, find gear, then make a very committing move around right and up. Less difficult, but enjoyable climbing, leads to the top.


This route begins below the left edge of the Ledge; as such, one can forego the start and begin at the Ledge rather than climb the mossy slab below. Look for a short, left-facing corner midway up the cliff, behind an oak tree growing on the Ledge.


Tri-cams, and a standard rack with emphasis on small to medium gear.
Belay off a large oak tree at the top of the route.


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