Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: B. Beavers
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Shared By: Ken Duncan on Aug 26, 2018
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P1) 5.10: Starting just left of the large juniper, follow camouflaged hangers up a steep wall past a thin section to a right-facing dihedral. From the dihedral, diagonal up and left across a thin slab to the anchors. This makes for a nice single pitch sport route. 

P2):  5.11a: Climb blocky terrain up to a somewhat crumbly dihedral on gear.  Exit the crack and follow bolts liebacking a crackless dihedral to the anchor. It’s best to do the route as a single pitch as the hanging belay atop the first pitch sucks. 


It is just left of the large juniper tree.


13 bolts for P1, 6 bolts and a few cams from #2 TCU to #2 Camalot and a medium stopper for P2.