The Least I Could Do
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|In critical habitat area for the Desert Tortoise|
A mostly low-angled, richly-textured line that ascends a vaguely conical feature near the right side of the wall.
The climbing is almost all on large, reddish-brown chert features to the top of the cone and onto a sloping ledge; the route gets slightly steeper right at the top of the cone. If you're of average height, you can clip the anchors from the ledge, and then make a somewhat tenuous move up (the hardest on the route) to clip in and clean.
If lowering, unclip the last draw to avoid excess rope wear.
The right-most bolted line on the wall.
6 bolts, double ring anchors with 3rd bolt and hanger, shared with
Breakfast of the Damned, to the left.
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