Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Ming (?) Aug. 24 2018
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Shared By: Ming on Aug 24, 2018
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, Lee Hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan S, Robert Hall

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Probably the best route on the Main Wall.   Start basically right below the pine tree at a right facing crack with a few blueberry bushes growing out of it.   Climb straight up to the two  big diagonal cracks that slants up right. Zig (go left)  just a little bit to go above the diagonals and zag (trend right) back more or less going towards and mantle exit right under the pine tree at top.  Mantle up and walk to the tree to finish the route.  Plenty of good pro is to be had on the route if you look carefully.  

I'm not sure if it's a 1st ascent, but I'm pretty sure the pine tree probably was much smaller 38 or so years ago.   It is not documented in the old guidebook and crosses "The Reaper", "Whip It" and "George's Route", hence I am calling it "Cross the Reaper".   If there is some info on the 1st ascent let me know and I'll correct it.  


Look for the pine tree to the middle-left of the Main Wall.   Start more or less directly underneath it under the right facing crack system that goes into the 2 big diagonal cracks.  See photos.


Plenty of opportunity for medium sized pieces. Beefy Pine tree may need to be backed up as there is a little bit of rot with a #3 in the crack in front of it.