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Follow the horizontal crack over to the main vertical crack, with interesting crux moves at the horizontal traverse. If leading or aiding, look for the hangerless bolt two-thirds the way up in the middle of the glassy face. Pro to 2.5" with many small nuts.

Top anchor is chains which are often backed up with a sling on the second fence post. You don't have to climb over the fences to set up a top rope; however, if you do pull the chains under the fence, be very careful to avoid knocking rocks over the cliff.

An interesting and recommended mid-5.10 variation on all of the main routes is to avoid the vertical crack, using only face holds just to the right of the crack.


Route History:

  • First Free Ascent: unknown


Located in Beaver Street Wall approx:
Long/Lat: -122.437292,37.765448

Route Grade Citations

5.10a C1+ to C2 R Community registered grade
5.10a R Hard Landin' Brandon
5.10a * Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area
5.10a R, C2 *** Hard Landin' Brandon
5.9(TR) * The climbers' guide to Bay Area Rock

Route quality

Route quality

Overall quality score: 58%

Lead Styles

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