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Pine tree Crack
Start on a bit of a dirt ledge up and left of the main base at "Clippity Do Dah". A bit run-out on the (short) first pitch. Better climbing and gear for the 2nd pitch.
Both pitches one and three are short -- either could be combined with pitch 2.
P1. climb up and over an overlap to a belay. P2. climb the obvious crack to a prominent pine tree for the belay. P3. finish up the easy slab above to a tree belay at the top.
|2||Clippity Do Dah||5.3|
|3||Lady and the Tramp||5.4||2, 7200ft|
Climb the slabs to the right, passing a bunch of trees. As of spring 2012, at least the lower slabs are a dirty and moss- and pine-needle- covered mess.
|5||The Beginning of All Things||5.10a|
Things As They Are Now
FA: Chris Smith
|7||Things As They Are||5.10c|
Curl Up And Fly
FA: Chris Smith
|10||Things I Never Learned||5.9|
|11||Things You Should Have Learned in Kindergarten||5.6|
|2||Drilling for Dollars||5.8|
|4||Love Honor Belay||5.9|
Climb the slab to, then up the obvious left-facing chimney in the middle of the cliff. Well (if not over-) bolted.
FA: Tim Gotwols
|6||The Hammond Organ||5.10d|
|5.3||Clippity Do Dah||1.1. Left|
|Standard Route||2200ft||1.1. Left|
|5.4||Lady and the Tramp||2, 7200ft||1.1. Left|
|Pine tree Crack||3200ft||1.1. Left|
|5.6||Things You Should Have Learned in Kindergarten||1.1. Left|
|5.7||Teacher's Pet||1.1. Left|
|The Nuthatch||1.2. Right|
|5.8||Drilling for Dollars||1.2. Right|
|The Junco||1.2. Right|
|5.9||Things I Never Learned||1.1. Left|
|Love Honor Belay||1.2. Right|
|Love Nest||1.2. Right|
|5.10a||The Beginning of All Things||1.1. Left|
|Lonesome Dove||1.2. Right|
|5.10b||Easter Squall||1.1. Left|
|5.10c||Things As They Are||1.1. Left|
|The Hammond Organ||1.2. Right|
|5.12a||Curl Up And Fly||1.1. Left|
|Things As They Are Now||1.1. Left|