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Easier pocketed face climbing leads to crux moves at a hollow-sounding flake atop the arête.

Consider stick-clipping the first bolt. Mind the poison oak.

Above the top anchor, a second higher set of chains is visible. These chains are appropriate for top-roping the west face; however, lead climbing to the higher anchors is poorly protected and less interesting, therefore also not recommended.

Route History:

  • First Free Ascent: Jordy Morgan, 1997


Located in The Bubble approx:
Long/Lat: -122.613261,38.650948

Route Grade Citations

5.10d Community registered grade
5.10d(S) * The climbers' guide to Bay Area Rock

Route quality

Route quality

Overall quality score: 50%

Lead Styles

Lead styles pie chart

Comments keywords

crux flake

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