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|Type:||Trad, 400 ft (121 m), 4 pitches|
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|Shared By:||Paul Webber on Aug 10, 2018|
|Admins:||Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes|
Climb up the slab and blindly reach around into the right facing corner. Follow the corner up to a thin ledge that traverses right to Zocalo, belay at this ledge.
From here, you can 3rd class to the right to get to Zocalo, or move the belay left 100 feet or so.
Stepping around the corner above the slab is the crux. Good pro can be had by starting on Land of Goshen and using long slings.
Climb up the easy low angle crack until you reach a bulge/mini roof on your right. Traverse right and surmount the bulge. Head up easy slabs and ledges towards a large left facing corner. Several places to belay, none are great.
Jam your way up the fun left facing corner and belay on the large ledge with the tree.
There is a 2 bolt belay on the far right end of this ledge if you want to finish on Holy Grail. (Super fun 5.7 dihedral pitch)
You can link pitches 2-3 with a 70m rope and ~15 feet of very easy simul climbing.
Follow the easy ramps up until you feel like walking or run out of rope, and build.
Limpingcrab has a great topo for Moro.
Be cautious above the slabs. There’s a lot of forest debris everywhere.