Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: unkown
Page Views: 660 total · 26/month
Shared By: Anderson Wrangle on May 9, 2019
Admins: Tom Caldwell, Steve Lineberry

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Description

Start in a 20 foot, fist-sized crack.  There is a hangerless bolt on the slab above the terminus of the crack which can be slung with a nut.  Transition to slab left, or move right around a mountain laurel onto the slab.  There are several opportunities to place cams on the way to the cold shuts in the headwall.  The climbing is very easy, and so might be an option for getting used to placing gear.  The crack could be 5.3, the slab is very easy.  Easier than any route on Hominid, but with the chance to place gear.

It leads to a beautiful part of the rock, with good views.  It might also be possible to continue left along the headwall, and top out near the Grass Fed anchor, but I haven't done this.  The name comes from the guidebook.

Location

At the large balancing rock, face the wall, and look for the obvious large crack.  rightmost route on the wall.

Protection

light rack, will take cams up to #3, 1 hangerless bolt, cold shuts for anchor

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