Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Ed Marshall, Todd Wells, 1998
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Shared By: Chuck Parks on Jul 19, 2017 · Updates
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Climb the left-facing flake, then navigate your way up to the offwidth/flare. Puzzle your way through this and then continue up the steep face on positive holds, past a short section of right-facing flake to the top.


From Jams & Shams at the left end of the trailside cliff, scramble up and left on a loose cliffside trail past a couple of corners until you come to the main section of wall up above the main trail. There are a few obvious natural lines here. Devil Dog is the rightmost, starting up a left-facing flake with a short section of flaring offwidth crack above.


Leave the big gear at home. Due to its flaring nature, the offwidth actually protects better with small gear in the back.

No fixed anchor at the top. Traverse left to the anchor on the tree above Nuclear Blue to rappel down.