Type: Trad, 240 ft (73 m), 2 pitches
FA: Jerry Kanzler & Gordon McFeters (October 1968)
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Shared By: Matt Wenger on Jun 4, 2017
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Pitch 1: (5.4, 120') Climb the low angle, easy terrain up through the mossy cracks. Near a tree with a webbing anchor on it, head up and left into the wide chimney like feature. Gear belay under the roof in the alcove (big gear/chockstone).

Pitch 2: (5.8, 120') There are several moderate variations on this 2nd pitch. This way seemed most straightforward. Head up and right through the roof, and climb the steep hand/fist crack (crux) to easier ground to the top. Careful of the occasional loose rock. Gear belay/sling large blocks.

Descent: Walk off climbers right.


20' right of Spare Rib. Look for the "ski tracks" near the top.


Doubles 0.3-3 one 4" piece, single set of stoppers. Triple Camalot #3's would be nice. Gear belays.