Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Nathan Brown, Tom Caldwell
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Shared By: Tom Caldwell on Dec 31, 2018
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This is one of the most classic lines at Big Rock. It has high quality rock, unique granite features, and great movement. Not to be missed if you are climbing at the grade.

Gain access to the bolts on the Main Wall alcove by either climbing the 5.9 OW to the left, or BR Candy Direct to the right. Look for a set of three bolts next to an overhanging flake rail. Ride these hero sized jugs to the third bolt and the stopper crux. Move left around the arete on the face that has amazing knobs. Tech your way past two bolts to gain the ramp. Move up the ramp and step back right when easy. Easy run to the anchors.

This pitch is easily top accessible. You can also rap twice to the ground with a 60m or once with a 70m. You can also link the 5.9 OW into this climb for a ~115' pitch.


In the middle of the Main Wall. On the right side of the ski tracks (noticeable when looking from afar). Inside a big chimney alcove feature.


This pitch only requires one large sized cam (2 or 3 C4) and several bolts.