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Last year alone, Access Fund preserved access to 179 areas and opened 7 closed climbing areas. Join or give and MP will match!
Climb the short, right-facing corner, then up easy ground past a loose block to the crack. Continue up the dirty crack to a vegetated ledge. Walk right a few feet, then climb up and left along the steep, blocky orange wall. Watch out for loose rock here. Continue up to the top. Belay from the top.
You will need two ropes to get down in one rappel. With one rope you can rappel down to the tree at the top of Nooner, and then rappel to the ground from there.
About 30 feet right of marker post #7. The crack in the face, just to the right of the Nooner corner.
standard rack, belay from trees at top, no established rappel station at top