Northern Formation Mostly toprope climbing11 routes in cliff
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The first and most extensive of the 4 features on the East Peak of Mt Tamalpais. Bring lots of long slings, or better yet a second rope, for slinging blocks for an anchor. A small rack may also be useful - there are a few options for wires and cams.
The prominent arete separating the South and East faces. Better if you stay just on the right hand side.
The featured slab left of the crack.
The crack in the middle of the East Face.