Type: TR, 70 ft (21 m)
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Shared By: Nick MB on Oct 3, 2015
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A fun, pocketed route that starts slightly left of the fall line from the anchors and moves up towards a mangy flaring crack. The start exposes you to the potential of swinging; once you're through the area with the crack it's a quick jog to the top. See route #12 on page 23 in "Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area" (Tresa Black, 2002).


As you come to The Far Side, swing right and follow a dirt/scree trail up about 100 feet. Take the trail heading up and left. This route is on the face opposite War Party and The Chief. To set the top rope, continue up the initial trail another 30 feet and head left up a washed out path. From the top of this path you can scramble to the top of the formation with the anchors and set the rope from there.


Two bolts with quick links at the top, about 2 feet apart from each other. If you're building an anchor on these to extend over the small edge, bring a cordelette of at least 35 feet long.


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