Type: Boulder, 18 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Christian Prellwitz on Nov 22, 2018
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Description

Start standing/squatting with both hands matched on a sloping edge at 5-6 feet. (This will depend a bit on sand levels.) Move right to a sloping crescent shaped sidepull and use it to make a longish move to a good jug. Follow good crimps to a tall, but easy, top out.

Another amazing line that is well worth the visit. This one really needs to be climbed at absolute low tide or you will be getting your shoes/pads wet. The starting footholds can be a bit wet at times.

Location

This is the furthest route right on the boulder and is located a bit right of the right arete of the beach side face. It climbs right over the low tide line.

Protection

A few pads

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