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DescriptionThis is a variation on Frosted Flake, where instead of climbing the flake, you climb the face to the left of the flake and it becomes off-route after the starting holds.
Start with both hands on the under cling at hip level and both feet on the horizontal crack by the ground. Move up the face without using the flake. The arete is on. Top out and walk down the left side for an easy way down.
LocationThis is found about 50-100 feet off the road on Lunch Rock (see the pictures). Getting off the back of the rock is easy. You know you are at the right rock if the stone wall is right there to your right.
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