Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: Ken Pitts, Karl Lail
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Shared By: rock-fencer on Jan 4, 2016 · Updates
Admins: Ky Bishop, Steve Lineberry, Aaron Parlier

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Description Suggest change

P1: Climb an unprotected slab just right of a pine tree aiming for a thin vegetated crack that leads to the dihedral. Climb up the dihedral into a minin roof pulling left into the finger crack and arete. Climb that to a tree below a bolt. 100ft

p2: climb up to the bolt and up the face into the wide flake. Climb under the wide flake with good gear up to where it converges with the gully, through big crack, fun moves on big holds will get you up over the roof to the same pine tree.

Climbing up on the face to the right after the bolt is beeline. Same start. This was put up by Rodney Lanier.

I dont really care who put up which route first. the point is to share the description of these routes which previous to the guide being out were lost in the grass and bushes of the occasional adventuring climber. They are both about the same quality and difficulty.

Rap: 1 70m rope will get you down via the gully or come up a bit shy of conception anchor - but can be attained with some shenaniganry - (tie knots in the end please if going to this anchor!!!)

Location Suggest change

located 20 feet uphill of conception. look for a short right facing dihedral and finger crack about 80 ft up.

Protection Suggest change

standard rack...if you want to tackle the wide crack above id recommend double #3, a 4,5 and maybe a six or second five