Type: Trad, 55 ft (17 m)
FA: Rex Daisey, Phil Ritchey, Mark Seurkamp, Apr 2018
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Shared By: Rex Daisey on Apr 23, 2018
Admins: Shirtless Mike, saxfiend, DrRockso, Billy Simek

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Access Issue: New route development is prohibited in the Daniel Boone National Forest. Details


A 5.fun climb on a notable feature at Pebble Beach. Be aware that the route is covered in lichen and moss on the lower slab section (bring a brush) as of April 2018, however once vertical there are large hand holds and placements for protection.
While the first placement for protection is relatively far off the ground, the remainder of the route has several gear options.
Shares an anchor with Roaming the Halls which seem to be newish glue ins, rap from rings,  as of Apr 2018.  This route could be used as a way to set a TR for "Roaming the Halls."
Be careful not to drop gear on the busy "hallway" below.
This route will not be dry in the rain. 


Standard rack. Nothing larger than BD #4. A Black Diamond Camalot X4 Red #0.1 near the top might be helpful. Expect mostly horizontal placements.


Locate the route "Roaming the Halls", this route ascends the back side of the big detatched pillar leaning against the main wall. To find the route, turn right before entering the hallway to a low overhang.  Alternatively, turn right after exiting the hallway and face the main wall.