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This is the rightmost route on the southwest face of the main rock. To access this route, you can walk around the right side of the main rock at low tide, but at high tide it's probably best to find a path down the slippery section on the south side of the rock from the main junction that you would take to get to the top of the main rock.
This route has a little bit of everything. Powerful pulls, balancy sections, roof sections and near vertical bouldering sections. The route is pretty sustained, so any resting points you can find along the way should be used.
This is one of the more popular "hard" routes in the bay area, and often has people on it; at least, "often" for a 5.12c!
6 staples to a 2 bolt top anchor.
BETA PHOTO: Taken from the approach that doesn't involve slidi...
Setting the 4th
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