Type: Trad, 150 ft (45 m)
FA: J. Holmes, K. Holmes
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Shared By: David Bruneau on Jun 11, 2015
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This climb is one of the best and longest routes at Main Face. However it is often wet and can only be accessed at low tide by hopping between boulders, or by rappelling in on a fixed line to the starting ledge.

Start on a ledge about 8 feet above sea level. Climb a crack on the left end of the ledge, then follow the path of least resistance up and right to a crack in a corner. Climb this crack to a large roof. Pull the roof on the right hand side using a good crack. Easy, blocky climbing then leads to a 2 bolt anchor on top of the cliff.

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Far right (north) end of main face

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Standard rack to 4", doubles in the .5" to 2" range are a good idea. 2 bolt anchor with no rap hardware, need someone to follow this and walk off.