The Pink Face is the splitter crack up and to the left of the Jungle Book on the east side of No Name Creek. It is found immediately to the left of a cruiser, 5.6 corner in a striking orange/pink granite face. Follow the trail off of the road up to the Jungle Book/ practice slab and scramble around and up steps to the left. This is a stout, steep climb that is highly recommended. Great jams on vertical to more than vertical rock bring you to a set of chains. Be careful with rapping or toproping; it is slightly more than a hundred feet. Climb a fifth class step up and to the right (start of the 2nd dihedral, a 5.6), so you can toprope or lower a climber (or lower a climber to the ledge). It is possible to climb the 5.6 and set up a top rope.
Standard granite rack.
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