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Named after a Jack London short story where an inmate fools his captives into beheading him instead of torturing him. This route is much more tame.
Belay at the double tree. Follow the easy right hand face to a large ledge with a bolt at an overhang(cant see from the ground). It then climbs an easier prow between two prominent aretes in an isolated setting.
From Comatose; follow the rock right for 200', head up into the 'Jack London Amphitheater' still following the rock face, locate a steep but short gully with a large double tree (see photo).
small to med TCU's, 3 bolts, 2 bolt anchor