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FA: Matt and Kathy Barker
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Shared By: Ron Birk on Aug 4, 2016
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan S, Robert Hall

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Climbs the slabs past a few bolts and gear right to the base of the headwall, to a 2 bolt ring anchor.

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(Once Was the) First climb on the left of the cliff

R Hall adds: About 20-30 ft right of "Dancin" with its easily-recognized, 'patented', P. Cormier Aluminum bolt. 

We started on the left end of the slab (photo of RW), climbed left-to-right up the smooth, green-lichened slab to the first bolt (getting here we thought was "crux 1", 5.7 R friction, it really could use a bolt) then easy climbing to the short, but steep, "lower headwall" ( "crux #2" pro = 2 bolts)  then to the dbl bolt anchor. 

Descent -  we descended with a single 70m to the "Dancin" belay ledge, thence to to ground off the pine tree rap station. ( We then took advantage of the TR on Dancin to brush that climb's P1. ) This was so easy and safe, we didn't even try to see if we could make the ground with a 70m, but No Way with a 60m.

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Standard rack