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Type: Trad, 80 ft
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Shared By: ShawnM on Nov 7, 2017
Admins: Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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Climb the crack for about 10 feet on good holds to a stance. Move right crossing Monday Morning Slab above the start of that route, and high step onto a low angle slab with a crack angled up to the right. Follow the crack to a level stance below a short bulge. Pull the bulge, and continue to follow the crack up and to the right to the top (with good exposure for the grade), or finish the last ten feet straight up with slab moves (recommended). Belay from a pipe and tricky gear. The rock is great quality and has good friction with some areas of lichen that do not detract from the route. Watch for broken glass and other detritus that may come from knuckleheads on the lookout above. You get great views at the finish.


Start at a left leaning hand crack about 5 feet left of the start for Monday Morning Slab at a short, vertical wall. Walk off left to join Skyline Trail down to the bottom of the cliff.


Anything you have. This route has many gear options up to BD #3 Camalot (but not necessary) and is well-protected. The start requires you to sling a horn above and to the right, or place gear in the crack.


Dust Diedricksen  
AKA "Send-Day Slab (SDS)" to commemorate FC tick. Oct 21, 2017

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