THREE WALLS.
The following routes lie on three adjacent walls along the west side of the middle tier. The walls are set at right angles to each other and recall the forboding battlements of an ancient castle. The left wall faces west and begins from a raised area behind a giant boulder. The middle wall faces mostly west and has a significant overhang. The upper part of the wall is a clean south-facing slab. The right wall is just right of a chimney and faces west. This area is located about 500 feet up along the southwest side of the crag.

The Clipboard. The following routes begin from a raised area above a giant boulder. The 50-foot wall is almost perfectly flat and has a flat ledge along its top.

Chairman of the Board 12a *
FA: R. Rossiter and Christine Damiano, 2001. This excellent line ascends the left side of the Clipboard. 6 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor, 50 feet.

The Clipboard 11c *
FA: R. Rossiter and Gail Effron, 1997. Climb the middle of the very flat wall. 5 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor, 50 feet.

Stigmata 10a *
FA: Rossiter and Effron, 1997. A diagonal finger crack just right of The Clipboard. Gear with one bolt.

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