Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m)
FA: FFA John Stannard, Henry Barber 1973 (Variation 1 - Jordan Mills 1996)
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Shared By: Daniel Affsprung on Apr 25, 2015
Admins: RJ B, Morgan Patterson

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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappelling Details

Description

An overlooked route that's worth doing, even though it's become neglected and dirty. Interesting mantles and a bit of nice finger-crack.

Start between The Stand and Wasp where a small right-leaning corner meets a small overhang. Climb straight up to good holds level with the overhang, see if you like the looks of the pins to your right, then move diagonally left to a good stance below another small overhang with a white splotch under it. Traverse right, meet the thin crack and climb it to easier terrain, continue up the second half of Wasp to the trees.

Variation 1 - Presumably goes straight into the thin crack where it begins, from the small overhang (5.12)

Protection

Standard Gunks Rack

Tree anchor, same as Wasp. With a single 60m the tree to the right will leave you on the large mound to the right of Wasp, to walk off.

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