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Begin with thin crimping up the middle of the north face, clip the pin, delicately traverse left to a moderate rib with a crack, and then up the slabby, bolted face.
A smaller outcropping about ¼ mile northwest of the Coyote Rocks. Park as for the Coyote Rocks, and hike across the open sage brush meadow to this solitary spire that is near the right (north) side of the Sheep Rocks. Named after the massive flocks that graze throughout the area in summer
2 bolts, 1 fixed piton, small gear, cold shut anchors.
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