Type: Trad, 28 ft (8 m)
FA: FRA: Jason Halladay, Ryan Kalas
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Shared By: Jason Halladay on Sep 9, 2018
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Access Issue: Some rocks in this area are on private property. Be respectful when crossing private land. Details
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Easy face climbing on nice, featured rock past two bolts up to a bulge/roof. A finger crack in the bulge leads to a tiny ledge. Follow a finger crack to the top. This route can easily be setup for top-roping, or retrieving an anchor, by an easy walk-up the backside. It is a bit overhanging, though, so having a piece of gear down by the tiny ledge helps keep climbers on top-rope from swinging out into space if they don't make the moves. 


The right crack of two cracks on the east-facing wall in the sublime Great Crevice at Far Rock. This is a great place to hang out. Flat, clean, grassy area between rocks at Far Rock. 


Two bolts down low up to the bulge. Then a #1 camalot to at the top of the bulge, .4 camalot and/or .75 camalot in finger crack above the ledge. Anchor at top using the one bolt and a #1 camalot in the crack.