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Fun and enjoyable climbing down low to an optional "tree rest" before the route's crux just below the anchors.
Head up chunky but fun holds (some are reinforced with glue/cement) for five bolts to a small ledge right of the bolt line. A partially chopped tree on the right side of this ledge affords a no-hands rest should you choose to squeeze your torso between it and the wall.
Traverse left on small crimps to a big jug just right of the large cave on the left. A sequential crimp gets you to the nice two-hands jug to clip the anchor.
This is the second route to the right of the large vertical cleft in the middle of the crag. Its anchor is just right of the large cave about 70 feet up.
Seven bolts to a two-bolt anchor with single steel lowering biner.
By dnoB ekiM
Apr 18, 2015
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a
There is a large bee colony living in the hole with the small tree in it as of 4-17-2015. Hundreds of bees there. They were docile, but wise to avoid this route and the one to the right.