Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Tad Hocking, Dane Scott. Fall 1977
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Shared By: T Hocking on Sep 24, 2014
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Description

The Family Route starts in a small gully left of a gigantic block. Climb the left side of this block up steep cracks to a decent sized ledge about 40ft up. Continue up the wide offwidth in the corner ahead using the splitter hand crack on the right side just outside this offwidth. The hand crack turns the second half of this route from a difficult 5.10 chicken wing offwidth, into a cruiser, well protected and enjoyable climb.

Location

Left side of amphitheater, to the right of R.V.C.

Protection

Gear to 3", bolted anchor.

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See Paul Bernards "Rock Climbs of N.E. California" guidebook for history and beta. Sep 24, 2014