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Another quality McGregor Slab outing. Although it is named for the prominent overhang on the left center of the face, it is quite possible to do the route without grappling with this feature. Start well left of the center of the face at the highest point of the base of the slab.
4) Much easier climbing moves up and right under another arching overhang and a belay around its end, 150+ ft. 5.4.
From here, one can go straight up to the top on easy terrain or traverse left along a ledge system and descend the gully on the left side. The second option is shorter than going over the top but involves some 4th class downclimbing or a rappel into the gully. The left gully is also more of a tree-clogged bushwhack than the right side descent.
Standard rack with emphasis on small gear.