Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Shane Rosanbalm on Oct 26, 2019
Admins: Steve Lineberry, Aaron Parlier

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This route is on the right side of the Kennel Fodder Gulley. Begin by finding the large tree where the Dolphin Head/Southern Exposure rappel reaches the ground. Climb up and to the left following a wide weakness. At about mid-height you will find the namesake shaky flake. Do not look at, breathe on, or even think about the flake. Either climb the face just left or stem your way around it. Once past the flake, continue up until you're almost level with the rap station. Mutter about the rope drag as you traverse 20' or so back right to the tat anchors.

The original tree+chockstone anchor is a bit on the fragile side. If you wish to extend the life of this anchor, you should build an independent anchor for bringing up your second, and only use the tree+chockstone for the rappel. Alternatively, climb 10' higher and use the newer hex-based anchor.

Location Suggest change

Starts at the base of a large tree at the bottom of the Dolphin Head/Southern Exposure rappel line.

Protection Suggest change

Standard Moore's rack.