Hundred-Foot Stick Clip
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BETA PHOTO: The line of Hundred-Foot Stick Clip.
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This route is a pleasant top-rope pitch. To lead it would require long run-outs (or a Hundred-Foot Stick Clip!).
Climb the headwall beneath the slab, then wander up the lower-angled rock above. Near the top, you will pass an old protection bolt; a short distance above there is a two-bolt belay/rappel station.
Just to the right of the alcove with Stirling Moss is a buttress with a slab on its left side. Scramble up to the base of the steep, varnished headwall beneath the slab.
By Ben Townsend
Apr 11, 2014
Replaced the old webbing on the top anchor. Slightly diagonal one-rope rappel (climber's left) reaches a pedestal and easy downclimbing.