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Eat Yourself a Pie 

YDS: 5.8 French: 5b Ewbanks: 16 UIAA: VI- British: HVS 4c

   
Type: Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 80'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.8+ French: 5b Ewbanks: 16 UIAA: VI- British: HVS 4c [details]
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Season: Spring - Fall
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Submitted By: Dominic Albanese on Nov 7, 2007
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Ben Michaels starting the boulder-y crux.

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Description 

The obvious arete to the right of the Dog House. Great moves up flakes and corners, and even some nice face on the arete up top. An excellent change from the nearby pure crack line of Mr. Clean.


Location 

Start on the top of blocks. Below a low roof and just right of the Dog House, a cave formed by a massive block (100 feet tall) leaning against the cliff.


Protection 

Takes a standard dacks rack to 3 inches. Descent off a two bolt anchor



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April down low on Eat yourself a Pie.
April down low on Eat yourself a Pie.
Eat Yourself a Pie arete
Eat Yourself a Pie arete
Dave climbing Eat Yourself a New Pie on a nice day in early fall.
Dave climbing Eat Yourself a New Pie on a nice day...
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By Rafiki
Nov 7, 2007

You can also top this out by climbing the right side of the roof after the bolted anchors at 5.9

By Greg Kuchyt
Jul 20, 2009

Rafiki's topout is the last pitch of Overdog IIRC, for anyone interested to look more into it. Also I think you can easily get away with a rack from small tcus to a C4 .75 piece.

By worth russell
From: Brooklyn, NY
Aug 3, 2011

this climb is 5.8 freaky. Not very fun on lead

By Jaysen Henderson
From: White Plains, New York
Sep 5, 2011

haha what makes you say that worth! i kept it together hahaha, although i would, with confidence say that it was easier and felt safer to use the crack to the right of the alcove instead of climbing up into it. (green c4 at the beginning of the crack and make a run for it)

By BrandonChalifoux
From: Lebanon, NH
Aug 26, 2013

Ate myself a pie and it was delicious. It reminded me of J-tree. It felt spicy but it's actually pretty low-angle. Super fun route!

The bolts were not confidence-inspiring, but there are bomber nuts above. The anchor bolts have some surface rust as well.