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Mya to the East End

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Benny Goodman (the King of Swing) TR 
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Mya TR 
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Mya to the East End  


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Submitted By: Gunkiemike on Jul 6, 2011
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The mini canyon behind East Pillar. Spider Corner...

Description 

Just past the route Mya is a beautiful stretch of cliff with enormous features. Lots of good climbing out here and it's usually cool and shady. East Pillar is the free standing pillar 3-400 ft right of the last routes in the Wilson PK guidebook.

Getting There 

Follow the blue/yellow trail through the bouldering area that is under/around the huge roofs on the cliff. Go past a few semi-attractive cracks (which go in the 5.4 - 5.7 range). You can walk behind the pillar to a short tunnel scramble to the top.

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Weather station 4.1 miles from here

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