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Access issues inherited from Patrick's Point

No bolting is allowed in the state park. This includes replacing existing bolts.

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2 bolt top anchor

2 bolt top anchor.

2 bolt top anchor. Pro to 1.5".

FA: Frank Jager, Bruce Price & Schuller, 1968

FFA: Frank Jager, Bruce Price & Schuller, 1968

Bolted top anchor with slings.

On the right side of the North Face, ascend the crack the left-leaning crack up to a grassy ledge. At this point either (A) continue up and right across an unprotectable face to the next crack, or (B) walk 10ft to the right along the grassy ledge to find a protectable finger crack. Climb up the blocky crack, pull the roof, and look for the bolted anchor.

FFA: Bruce Price & R. Nelson 1968, 1968

Avoid the roof by traversing around to the right. Be wary of a pendulum fall if leading.

FFA: Bruce Price & R. Nelson, 1968

#23 in "Bigfoot Country Climbing", Paul Humphrey. Located to the right of Price's Crack. Face climbing leads up to a crux move at a small roof.

Located to the left of the summit stairs, behind the spectacular tree. It looks mossy, and the tree will invade your personal space, but the moves are interesting and thoughtful. Great for beginners. Easy to toprope with a 2 bolt top anchor accessible from the trail. Pro to 2".

FFA: unknown, 1968

Bolted top anchor. Top rope with long slings. The old single bolt on the route is from the first ascent.

FFA: Frank Jager & Bruce Price, 1968

Bolted top anchor. Standard rack.

FFA: Christian?

Gear anchor. Walk off descent. Can be aided at 5.6 A1.

FA: Frank Jager, 1968

Located around the corner to the left of Intimidation.

FA: Frank Jager, 1968

Left to right traverse.

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