Type: Sport, 250 ft (76 m), 2 pitches
FA: Greg Orton & Harold Hall, 1997.
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Shared By: gso Orton on Oct 30, 2018
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P1: (175 feet) steep sustained 5.8 climbing on small pockets following a seam to the ridge just below Lunch Rock. Belay/rap anchors located on pitch-3 of the Peregrine Traverse approximately 30 feet to the Peregrine's belay tree. 

P2: scramble up into the light colored feature at the base of Lunch Rock until you find a single bolt up on the left left upper lip protecting your move to the top. Note: bolt will not be visible until you are into the light colored feature. You will probably want to replace webbing at top rappel anchor (no chains).

The top of lunch rock is flat. Rappel off requires a roll off the rappel anchors.

Rappel from the top of pitch-1 can be done in two rappels from chains with a single rope.

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From the Climber's Trail scramble uphill into the bowl just right of the starting ridge to the Peregrine Traverse and just below Lunch Rock.

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SS Fixe double expansion

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