Type: Trad, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Ira O'Meara, Doug Scott
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Shared By: Ira OMC on Oct 27, 2019
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Start by chimney-ing and stemming  up the entrance  of the cave, then get established on the cliff-face proper with your feet and hands on rails. Traverse right to a jug at the base of a small right-facing corner.  Climb the shallow corner past prominent horizontal cracks to a thin seam followed by a corner with a small roof. Pull through the small roof and get a couple perfect jams to an anchor on your right.

At this point the cliff gets even more blocky  and although it can be climbed , lowering from here may be best. The climb does continue to the top of the cliff if desired, where there is a rap anchor on a tree. 


This is the second route when you reach the cliff. It starts on the right side of the cave, where the trail goes through. It's an obvious line straight up the cliff.


Standard rack . 00 could be used at the bottom traverse, or just move another 2 feet over to a better placement. Maybe an extra finger sized cam . Bolted anchor.