I'm OK, You're OK
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Thoughtful face climbing with just enough protection.
Boulder past a thin seam (this has a very short, shallow slot that is about 8-10 feet up) to a small overhang. Go left a foot or two, then move up to good holds at the base of another thin crack. Make the crux move past this. Belay at the pine tree.
Protection: You need some very small nuts and very small cams.
Walk left past the start of White Pillar until you see a large, right-facing corner that extends to the top of the cliff; this is the corner of Interlewd. Follow the trail down a short hill. The start of I'm OK is about 40 feet or so left of where the trail levels off. The thin seam with the shallow slot is pretty obvious.
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May 8, 2012
A set of offset brassies (to build a nest 20 feet up) and a number 3 camalot are helpful gear that may not be on your normal gunks rack.