Type: Trad, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Dave Haber and Sheryl Haber, April 1993
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Shared By: Bob Gaines on Dec 25, 2020
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Begin about eight feet down and left of A Woman's Work is Never Done at an obvious, left-facing corner. Climb the short dihedral to a ceiling. Go up the light-colored face directly above (crux) to reach a horizontal. Follow obvious cracks and flakes (the same as the upper portion of Corn Flakes) to the top.

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Location Suggest change

Start down and left of Corn Flakes and A Woman's Work is Never Done below a left-facing corner that leads to a ceiling.

Protection Suggest change

Carry gear to 4 inches. Large cams (blue, grey and purple) and a cordalette needed to make a TR anchor. 

Scramble off to the right (east).

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