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Three pitches of varied climbing get you to the top of this formation easily spied from the TT trai and EE trail junction. The first pitch is the crux but the others have their moments too. Avoid crumbly footholds by jamming into right crack; roof above is crux (well protected) then another wide spot at the finish tops it off. Pitch 2 starts wide and a #6 friend protected the start but Brian ran it out in the squeeze above. Last pitch wanders left on a traverse to an awkward mantle and finish on a right facing lay back.
West face of wall just a bit in the shade starts the route up a left-facing dihedral. Loose rock at start easily managed by jamming the right crack.
double from #2 to #4, single #5,6 maybe a 12" big bro (for 2nd pitch); walk off.
Brian past the first pitch crux
Joe Garcia on last part of squeeze, Brian lead it ...
BETA PHOTO: Joe G and Brian B point out the route