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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityTrad, Unknown and Top Rope
A tall (250') slab split up the middle by a deep chimney/gulley.
The face climbs tend to be run-out.
- Descent Notes:
Descent from routes that go all the way up is to walk-off to climber's right, descending past "The Oasis".
Short climb on a small buttress to the left of the main cliff. TR from bolted anchor on top, scramble up left side to reach top & set TR.
|3||Tuna and Chips||5.7 R||3200ft,|
Chips and Salsa
Climb the crack in the middle of the formation, then the chimney/gulley above.
|7||Left of Waterstreak||5.7|
Uses holds on either side of the water streak on the wall, zig-zagging as appropriate.
Climb directly up the (smoother) water streak.
|10||Right of Waterstreak||5.8|
|11||Tuna Cookies||5.7 R||250ft|
|12||Chips Ahoy!||5.9 R||2250ft,|
At right end of wall, go up very shallow gulley to cracked face, then move left to anchors of P1 of Chips Ahoy when possible.
|5.3||Chips and Salsa||210ft|
|Left of Waterstreak|
|Tuna and Chips||3200ft,|
|5.8||Right of Waterstreak|