- Height: 60ft
- Pitches: 1
- Ascents: 7
- Aka: Follow the Crack
Wet in rain
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.
First Free Ascent: unknown
Located in Beaver Street Wall approx:
Route Grade Citations
|5.10a R||Hard Landin' Brandon|
|5.10a||Rock Climbing the San Francisco Bay Area|
|5.10a C1+ to C2||Principal|
|5.10a R, C2||Hard Landin' Brandon|
|5.9(TR)||The climbers' guide to Bay Area Rock|
Overall quality score: 58%
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