Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Rob Robinson sometime in the 80s
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Shared By: Chuck Parks on Jan 29, 2017
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Access Issue: Climbers Must Fill Out State Park Waiver Details


A mostly fist-sized crack in a right facing corner leads to a nice ledge beneath a roof system up high. Traverse left and up to a wide crack that splits the roof. Pull through the roof and the short overhanging face above. Once things ease off there are bolted anchors to the left of the crack.


This one's clear the hell and gone.

Take the Paradise Falls trail that splits off from the main approach trail about halfway up. When you reach the cliff, head left. Eventually you'll pass under another waterfall/cave thing. Keep going further and further still. At some point the trail will be running right alongside the cliff and you'll be going down a fairly steep hill. At the bottom of the hill a right-facing corner starts about 4 feet off the ground. The corner has a fist-sized crack and leads up to an alcove beneath a high roof. Out left, a wide crack cuts through the roof and into the short overhanging face above. You've found Wild Pink!


Bring doubles of hand-sized stuff. The whole thing goes with nothing larger than a #3 Camalot, but you might want some bigger stuff for the first go-round.

Bolts with rings at the top.