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the obvious bolted line up the clean slab, is a good first pitch for Evening star or an alternate start for Cinderella Story
climb the prominent wide crack above Bedtime Story (trad to 6")
the climb to the right of the Evening Star anchors. (pitch 1) 5.9, two line options, the Left line up the hallow flake (10b) or the right line up small blocks (5.9). (pitch 2) 5.7, 5 bolts follow the line under the obvious roof and traverse right and up over the roof.
the climb to the right of Bedtime Story (pitch 1) 5.7, 4 bolts a short line up a steep step to a slabby face. (pitch 2) 5.8, 3 bolts the line up the left side of the huge flake. (Pitch 3) 5.7, 6 bolt, from the belay climb right an up to the small roof, climb direct over small roof and gain blocky ledges and flake.
the route to the right of the top anchors on pitch 1 of Midnight Express. (Pitch 1) 5.8, 4 bolts, #6 stopper, climbs the right edge of the detached flake, use a sling on the large horn follow up an angled corner ramp to a steep step to the anchors, shares last pitch with Midnight Express
the route to the right of After Eight Flake
the route to the right of Nightfall Corner
the route to the right of Ironwood Corner (shares anchors with Nightfall Corner)
the route to the right of Wildflower stem
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