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A few positive holds start this pitch before the climbing turns grim.

Climb the left side of a short hanging pillar. Pure friction lies above

Smear up a left facing groove to anchors at the final bolt. Short

FA: John martin, 2006

Enjoyable CLIMBING UP CLEAN, GREY STONE, ENDS AT AN ANCHOR BELOW A PATCH OF WHITE ROCK.

FA: John Martin, 2005

Easy climbing on edges to a cheeky move to the anchor.

FA: John martin, 2005

Begin up a left trending ramp and finish straight up on edges with a couple friction moves to keep the climbing interesting.

Stiff for grade, closer to 10.b esocially with the run outs. Climb straight up the middle of the scoop on edges, pinches and slopers.

FA: Greg Golovach, 1996

Work up the steep, right side to the fifth bolt and trend right onto the face.

FA: John martin

ascend a steep slab on edges just right of the scoop.

FA: Greg Golovach, 1996

Blocky pinches and cool chert edges.

FA: john martin, 2005

This great route has a short lived crux down low that is followed by balancey edge climbing all the way with a couple of mini cruxes.

FA: John Martin

Balancey moves lead to a thin crux and then easier, but still involved climbing. This route is land marked by a small roof at its 5th bolt.

FA: John martin

Balancey and thin

A low crux is followed by nice climbing and a finial tough section pasta small roof near the top. Sustained

A fun adventurous route that is super popular in the morning sun. Walk off.

FA: Chris Perry, 2007

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