Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m), 2 pitches
FA: Mellor
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Shared By: Oakcy on Sep 13, 2021
Admins: Morgan Patterson, Jim Lawyer, Kevin MudRat MacKenzie

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Great climbing on coarse rock.  Corners, cracks, roofs and an exposed traverse.  

P1 climbs passed a cedar right off the ground through some flakes and corners with good gear.  Once above the tree canopy find a finger/hand crack on your right and above that you will see a large off width (Variation 1968 Offwidth pants).  Note: Lawyer/Hass indicates building the belay below the finger/ hand crack.  Climb the crack to a ledge and a cave.  Build a belay here somewhere or link p1 and 2 together with good rope management. 5.7

P2 above the belay and to the right of the offwidth is a short left facing corner that leads to an exposed traverse.  Traverse about 20' to the right to an arete.  Climb up the arete and build a belay about 15' below the top of the cliff to reduce drag and see your partner. 5.8

Location Suggest change

Right of Grand Ole Osprey.  Walk down to a low point and then back up hill.  Look up and left and find a large roof with a wide crack in it.  There are several flat boulders below this roof.  Look up and left about 5-10 ft and find the base of the climb.  There are a few cedar trees around the base of the climb.  

Protection Suggest change

Rack to 3. There is a rap anchor at the top. This requires two ropes. You can also walk off climbers left just behind the rappel tree. Follow a heard path staying relatively close to the cliffs edge. Scramble down a short 6' cliff. Turn left and walk the base of the cliff back.