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Long/Lat: -123.503442, 40.770046
FFA: Eric Chemello, 2004
FFA: Paul Humphrey, Eric Chemello, Cedar Wright, 1996
Climb the first 40 ft of 'Whiplash', stopping at the first 2-bolt top anchor.
FFA: Dave Manheimer, 1996
Start to the right of 'Rapture'. Follow the right-leaning crack up to the first two bolts, then continue past the 2-bolt top anchor for 'Open Season' and 'Blew It' to the steeper, harder moves above. 2-bolt top anchor.
FFA: Eric Chemello, 1997
3-bolt top anchor. Small pro.
FFA: Eric Chemello, 2005
FFA: Eric Chemello, 1997
2-bolt top anchor.
FA: Paul Humphrey, 1997
The right-most route along the 'Shooting Gallery' starts on a ledge at a pair of bolts for top-roping 'Flake Surfer'. Follow the line of bolts up the left side of the arête to the 3-bolt top anchor. For a longer variation, traverse left to follow 'Blitzkrieg' up to the higher 3-bolt top anchor.
FFA: Paul Humphrey, 1997