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Suggested Page Improvements to Overdog


Nol Huther
Mar 31, 2019
The third pitch, though short, features a some interesting climbing and is very popular. The first two pitches are not - the third pitch is most commonly accessed via Eat Yourself a Pie, which shares an anchor with the P2 belay.

For the third pitch, climb up above the anchor underneath the left side of the roof. Make a move right to the handcrack in the roof. Step around the lip and continue to the top.

Shane Kenyon
May 27, 2024
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The third pitch, though short, features a some interesting climbing and is very popular.

P1 climbs 3 cracks in a cave to a chimney finish (60', 5.5), P2 is short, and takes you out on a exposed fin into a series of awkward and exciting high-step moves (bolt protected) to gain the chains for Eat Yourself a Pie 40', 5.7).

P3 climb up above the anchor underneath the left side of the roof. Make a move right to the handcrack in the roof. Step around the lip and continue to the top (5.9).

The third pitch may be accessed via Eat Yourself a Pie (5.8+), which shares an anchor with the P2 belay.

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