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From: Berkeley, California
May 20, 2013
Great for beginners, easy top rope setup. Surprising number of routes, climbed Friday 5/17 after Cragmont next door got too crowded, and were the only ones there other than some boulderers.
Free solo with a spotter on the 5.2 to get up and set up an achor, you need slings as one anchor point is just a pipe, and the other is a standard bolt. The anchor points are also placed significantly back from the edge, so you'll want to run slings to set up your quad or whatever at the edge to prevent rope drag and damage to the rock.
We climbed a 5.7, 5.9, and 5.10 from the same anchor, was a blast. Ended up forgetting our quad/carabiners/slings up top, came back Saturday 5/18 in the evening and they were gone. If you got them, get ahold of me and I'll slip you a $20.
Don't forget to walk around the back for some nice bouldering!
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