Type: Trad, 180 ft (55 m), 3 pitches
FA: Christian Kammerer, Mark 'Indy' Kochte, June 2005
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Shared By: Burton Rosenberger on Nov 8, 2018
Admins: Frances Fierst, David Carrier

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Access Issue: This area is closed to public use during February 15 - July 31 to protect nesting Peregrine Falcons. Details


This is almost a variant of Rendezvous With Rama, except that it climbs an almost completely different line, save the start and the end. PITCH 1 (~85'): Begin on Rendezvous With Rama, but do not step right to the tree when you reach the first vegetated ledge. Instead, continue straight on up the wall for another 75 or so feet until you come to a broken ledge above most of the foliage. PITCH 2 (~55'): climb up the wall above, aiming for the narrowest part of the wide, imposing roof above. Be sure to get gear in at the last horizontal, as the crack immediately below the roof is too wide for anything but a #72 Camalot. Find the GOOD handhold at the lip, and reach up to the right-leaning corner crack above (you can get gear in at this point; a red #1 camalot will work) and yard on up. Regain your balance and finish the last moves to the belay ledge above. PITCH 3: Finish on Rendezvous With Rama. The route has plenty of gear-placing opportunities, except for the 10' or so section below the crux roof on pitch 2. Enjoy this climb. - Indy's Online Guide


Where there is a large rock you have to scramble over mid trail with a tree featuring three trunks.
Climb starts on top of the rock just left of the tree. (see images)


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