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PB & J S 

Peanut  


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Submitted By: Bob Archbold on Aug 10, 2002
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Description 

Start in the parking area that is by the trail that leads you to "Read My Clips" and "Garfield Goes To Washington" when the trail goes to the right and high you stay low and follow the small trail along the bottom. When you get to a flat grassy area with a rock wall on your right side this is the Peanut Rock.

Getting There 

Park off the road below the biggest wall you can see.

Climbing Season



Weather station 0.6 miles from here

2 Total Routes

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By Robbie Freidel
From: The Needles of South Dakota
Nov 15, 2012
Does anyone know what the route is to the right of PB & J? I havent climbed it. i just saw a bolt at the top of the short crack and figured it was new because its not in Busse's new book.