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Submitted By: Art Morimitsu on Dec 8, 2006

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On the Northwest side of Tonsai Bay next to the Eagle Wall. Large cave in the cliff face with a huge distinctive stalactite. There are belay anchor points along the base of the ledge and some fixed ropes in order to pull the climbers back onto the ledge rather than lower them to the sea.

Getting There 

During low tide walk along the shoreline until you come to a hanging rope. Climb up and find a path, continue left along the path until you come to the large cave.

Climbing Season

For the Tonsai Bay area.

Weather station 5.6 miles from here

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By Nate Ball
From: Portland, OR
Feb 10, 2014
All routes rebolted with titanium by Thaitanium Project (Jan. 2014)
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