Type: Trad, TR, 75 ft
FA: TR: Gruenberg (1985), FFA: Smith, Harder, and Mann (1989)
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Shared By: Alex CV on Jul 18, 2015
Admins: JSH

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Description

Interesting climbing on decent holds takes the mostly direct line up the El Camino Real face. Start from the large boulders halfway between Transcon and Roseland on crimps. Finish by climbing into the shallow open book below the anchor.

Williams' guide does not give this any stars, or even bold font. But it is a high quality route, and is worth doing.

Protection

There is a fixed gear anchor at the top. It appears that there is a significant runout at the start and the end. (I did not lead this, as it is above my pay grade.)

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I led this ground up recently after a few other locals had done the same. This is a high quality route and I appreciate this author's description. A bomber orange quad anchor was put up in May 2015 Jul 26, 2015