Type: Sport, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Kurt Winkler & Chris Noonan, early 2010s
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Shared By: Nick Grant on Aug 11, 2023
Admins: Ladd Raine, Jonathan S, Robert Hall

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Description Suggest change

Lots of varied climbing on this one.

Climb the rock buttress and move right into the scoop under the little roof and then up and over.  (Not particularly easy.)  A bit higher up there is a vegetated flake on the left below a 10-15 foot white slab.  The slab is perhaps the trickiest part of the climb.  Either that or the Gunks-style roof right at the top.

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Senior Project is located toward the left middle of the crag, about 25 feet to the right of Captain Dinghy.  There is an eight foot rock buttress just to the left of the route (see the photo of the start).

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12 bolts

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