Type: Sport, 55 ft
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Shared By: Aaron Cannistra on Nov 7, 2017
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Access Issue: Seasonal Peregrine Closure Details


Popular for its bolts and grade. Bolt placements early on don't protect from ledge fall and cause some moderate drag despite the route being only 60' long. The anchor is placed far to the right of the line and so cleaning necessitates a little shenanigans, and also creates the potential for a swinging fall for someone top-roping.

Start up an easy ramp to a stance below a bulge. Clip and step left on small holds and swing up to a ledge. Move high above your last bolt, placed basically level with the ledge, and make a tenuous move up to the lip of the next ledge. Clip here with a long sling and pull the crux mantel onto the ledge. Wander up and right around the prow and onto another ledge (avoid the poison oak!). The climbing gets better as you trend back left and up a minor slot and finish on a fun, airy slab traverse right to the anchors.


Left of the big overhang that separates it from Cornick's Corner


Draws, one long sling for the third bolt. Anchors with rap rings.