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Black Pine Area

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Black Pine Area 


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Description 

Named after a once burnt, but now recovered, pine tree near the base of the routes, the Black Pine area features a cluster of routes that lend themselves to a fun day of cragging.


Getting There 

Parking and Approach
From the Left Side approach trail, continue left past two obvious right facing dihedrals (Fat Albert and Cretin’s Corner, respectively). Continue around the base of the slab until an easy chimney is reached. Squirm up this to the ledge. Consider belaying the last moves to the tree (one move of 5.7). This is the formerly Black Pine. Expect a 15 minute hike.

Descent
Rappel from a bolt anchor. If you do a second pitch, rappel Cretin’s Corner with two ropes.


3 Total Routes


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Featured Route For Black Pine Area

Black Pine Face 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c  ID : South Fork of the Clearwate... : ... : Black Pine Area
This well protected bolt line climbs the clean face to the right of Black Pine Chimney and should not to be missed. From the Black Pine tree, clip the obvious bolt on the arête, then balance and smear up the excellent face to the belay ledge and a rappel anchor....[more]   Browse More Classics in ID

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