Type: Trad, 150 ft (45 m), 3 pitches
FA: Gert Christie
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Shared By: Andy Weinmann on Jul 6, 2015 · Updates
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Start area same is the same as Ecstasy Junior, on the ramp left of Sunshine.

P1: The original start is the long right-facing ramp to the left of Sunshine (basically shared with the original EJ start). Climb to the ledge with a big pine where many folks start EJ these days. (5.1/5.2)

P2: Continue up some blocky sections and into a small alcove. Move up and left on good holds and pull out around the corner to a large rubble covered ledge with a good size tree (this is where Dirty Harry, Wife's A Bitch, and The Con Man start). (5.4)

P3: Move up a short dirt slope and past some Greenbriar and gain the blocky face with a small chimney on the left side. Climb this to a good ledge. From around here you can belay and then walk/scramble off to the north. Instead of belaying there, you can continue up to the east on somewhat lichen-covered ledges to the area beneath the big orange overhangs (aka the old Hemlock Grove) and make a belay there. You can easily walk off to the north from here. (5.3/5.4)


Start area same as Ecstasy Junior.


Standard trad rack, no special large gear needed.  A pair of pruners might be nice to tame some of the Greenbriar :-)


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