Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: 2015
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Shared By: Jay Harrison on Oct 14, 2015
Admins: Jim Lawyer

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Almost enjoyable at one or two points. Climb up the slab just left of the dirt, passing a spruce tree (sling it), between two emaciated oak saplings, up a left-facing corner, through a bulge to reach a sloping, (pine) needle-covered ledge. A funky move on said debris, thrashing through the dead limbs guarding the big pine tree's trunk to reach refuge. One could continue upward to a second pine tree, but what's the point?


Begin on the left edge of the vertical dirt line on the high ledge that runs beneath this slab.


slings for runners, a few small/medium cams.
No anchors, no bolts, just a whopper pine tree with gnarly branches guarding its big girth.


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