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|Type:||Sport, 50 ft (15 m)|
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|Shared By:||Eric Kozera on Jul 1, 2018|
|Admins:||GRK, Zach Wahrer|
May 2019 Update: “No Trespassing” signs have recently been posted at the entrance to the northern access at Allenspur. To clarify, the easement that controls that access (held by SMCC since 2005) is still in place. The signs are discouraging climbers and hikers from their rightful use of the trail that accesses public BLM land.
Another access exists to the south. It is controlled by a different landowner that allows us the privilege of crossing their land. They have requested that people not bring dogs across their property. If you have been bringing your dog through that property, please stop. Right now, it is imperative that we respect the lawful requests of landowners.
- Climb the slab corner just left of Bee Yourself for a couple bolts till reaching the the break beneath the steep, black streaked overhang. There are three routes on the bulge, this is the middle one. Clip the fourth bolt and commit to 20ft of powerful climbing up a juggy seam capped by a hard pull off of a two-finger pocket.