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Description

A tall (250') slab split up the middle by a deep chimney/gulley.

The face climbs tend to be run-out.

Descent notes

Descent from routes that go all the way up is to walk-off to climber's right, descending past "The Oasis".

Routes

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Start at the face to the left of The Minnow pillar.

  1. 5.8 sport: use one of the bolted routes to the left of The Minnow pillar (bolted anchors). (Probably has its own name.)

  2. 5.3? trad: From the ledge, continue up the low-angle crack to the right.

  3. 5.6 trad: Continue up stepped crack. There is one bolt at the crux.

All three pitches have bolted anchors. Descend by rapping each pitch. I think this route might be named Ahi, but can't find a citation anywhere.

Short climb on a small buttress to the left of the main cliff. TR from bolted anchor on top, scramble up left side to reach top & set TR.

There's a "stray" anchor between "Albacore Man" and "Chips and Salsa" which can be used to TR the wall between the two climbs.

Climb the crack in the middle of the formation, then the chimney/gulley above.

Uses holds on either side of the water streak on the wall, zig-zagging as appropriate.

Climb directly up the (smoother) water streak.

At right end of wall, go up very shallow gulley to cracked face, then move left to anchors of P1 of Chips Ahoy when possible.

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