|Type: ||Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 80'|
|FA: ||S. Kimball, B. Wylie, 1980|
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|Submitted By: ||Leo Paik on Oct 3, 2004|
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A fun little route with variety but more challenging to protect. Find this route just L of the obvious dihedral/jam crack, EB Jeebies. It climbs better than it looks. This is often in the shade until mid afternoon.
Start right behind a small evergreen (pine?) tree. Grab the rounded edge and muscle/balance up. This may be challenging to get stable to protect. Move up into the small dihedral with fun stemming. You can use the crack on the R for pro or climbing. Traverse R under the roof & kick around to easier ground. You can belay just above the roof or there is a small tree & grooves 20 ft back from the top.
Scarmble off to the SE.
emphasis on small gear (wires, RPs, aliens/TCUs) with a couple larger cams to start