Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Rob Settlemire, Ron James
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Shared By: Muscrat on Jun 2, 2015
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Access Issue: Access road is not plowed in winter Details


A left facing (almost) dihedral/corner. Climb the solid hand crack to the off-fist bulge, the crux. Finding gear is the fun part on this one, and it is not over till you hit the top.


Right hand crack to the right of the largest roof at the crag (Scatmando)


Gear to 4". Double 2&3.


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David Engel
Santa Rosa, CA
David Engel   Santa Rosa, CA
It's easy climbing to the overhang. To surmount the overhang, one can desperately hand jam the crack, hang from your arms and use small friction footholds to slowly advance up. Others with amazing skill were able to widely stem either side of the wall to get over the bulge. From the ground, it looked as hard as the moves done on the Nose on the Changing Corners section by Lynn Hill. Above the overhang, the crack continues and it's not super easy, but if you got the overhang, you can make it up that too.
Jul 28, 2015