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Looking down at the crux area and annoying bush.
This crack is short and only has great climbing on its first half. It was hard to give it two stars, but the good 20' of climbing is fun. The crux is in this first 20', but the crack protects well. There is an annoying bush in this section, but you get by it quickly. I cleaned out some other vegetation. If you come to this rock, you might as well do this climb, but it is not a destination climb. Hubbel shows a 4th class decent to the right in his book, but I could not find one.
This route is on the far left side of the crag. It is the first crack right of a "Y" formed by two other cracks. You can walk off by going up slightly and to the left.
Standard rack up to a #3 Camalot. A #4 can be placed at the end but is not necessary. There is no anchor, but a good tree can be used.
BETA PHOTO: The tree that can be used for an anchor.
BETA PHOTO: The climb is the redline in the photo.
BETA PHOTO: The climb and the "y" on the left.