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This Crag is the large roof that is the last of the crags down the trail. Well featured and very steep, these climbs start at 12b get harder. Also a good place to check out if it is raining, as the routes can stay dry. Definitely the crag to check out if you want to see where the sickness resides!
hike about 15 minutes down the trail to where the trail crosses a large scree slope. Look for a large roof/cave uphill on the right, and take the developed climbers trail straight uphill.
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