Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: J Hollada on Mar 17, 2019
Admins: Stonyman Killough, Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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Description Suggest change

Great corner and face climbing with plentiful gear and lots of holds on good quality rock.

A few parties worked to uncover this overgrown crack during the fall of 2016 and the evidence can be seen as a large brush pile at the base that has been matted down to create a comfortable belay stance at about head height above the main trail.  Consensus is that it had been climbed repeatedly over the years but no one bothered to record or name it.

Scramble to the base of the dihedral, slot a stopper to keep from rolling down the hill if you slip, then launch up the corner.  Hand sized crack with good gear and face holds lead up the dihedral then trends right to a blocky ledge.  Stemming and big horizontals take you to the top ending at big 'ol tree. 

Location Suggest change

Just above the trail, obvious dihedral between Slug Trail and Hungry for Heaven.

Protection Suggest change

Standard rack of stoppers and cams up to #3, doubles of hand sizes are helpful. Lower from webbing and leaver-biners on large tree at top.