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Hat says it all
Photo by Loran Smith
Start on a clean slab left of a large oak tree to a left facing corner. Traverse left across the lip of the roof to good holds and gear. Pull the headwall through a notch to a tree ledge. Continue up a featured slab to an overlap. Follow the flake/dike system to a tree anchor shared with the previous route.
A clean Slab just left of the oak tree
The bottom half,and after the hand traverse
The crux flake and dike.
Joshua Corbett committing to the dike moves.
15 feet to the belay.
|By John Gassel|
Nov 29, 2012
The flake/dike system at the top of this route is definitely the highlight. Pretty fun climbing throughout though.
There is a hard to see new pin near the top of the lower slab. I suggest clipping it because the start of the traverse can be deceivingly slippery.