Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Nathan Collins on Nov 8, 2023
Admins: Luke EF, Larry DeAngelo, Justin Johnsen, Aaron Mc

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Climb the obvious corner up to below the roof/squeeze, and step left onto the face. You're at the fork in the road: either traverse left 20 feet on gear (protect your second!) to the bolted anchor for Mister Masters, or climb up past the roof and traverse right 15 feet to the bolted anchor for Pit Bull and Water Dog, clipping one bolt along the way.

This route is not listed in the Jerry Handren guide, but surely it's been climbed many times. Please update the info if you know. We made a name up based on the traverse decision you have to make at the top. For the grade, leader thought it was 5.9 and follower thought it was 5.8.

Location Suggest change

The deep corner between Mister Masters and the large knife edge flake.

Protection Suggest change

Single rack to #3, nuts recommended.

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