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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.

Two pitches that can be done in one pitch of some of the easiest climbing you'll do all day. The view from the top can't be beat, though, and is worth the little jaunt. Two lowers are needed, however, or walk off to the left down a forested trail.

Go to Jimmy left, and then keep going left. You'll reach some big, clean slabs that seem to go on for days. The line of bolts starts from the lowest point on the wall and travels basically straight up from there. Bolts are spaced far apart, as the easy slab climbing could be done in running shoes. Stone is grippy and the path goes over some bulgy bits to the top. Fantastic views!!

FA: Chris Smith, 2000

Look for the thin clean gap in the moss/dirt/trees right of "Clippity Do Dah", and follow the bolts upwards. Shares final anchors with "Clippity Do Dah", too.

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.

FA: Chris Smith

FA: Chris Smith


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