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Climbing Area Index / Jackson: Eagle Mountain Cliff / Unnamed (5.8 probably 8+)
Directions:  On the far right side of the cliff, there is a giant right-facing corner with a blocky cavern in its back. On the left wall of the corner thereís a beautiful, short crack system diagonaling right across the face.
Description: A short but stellar pitch.
    Pitch 1: Start on top of a thin pedestal and climb the cracks directly through the 3í roof to the top. The frighteningly thin flake just above the pedestal is surprisingly solid. Descend down the cavern, to the right of the top out.

Gear: standard rock rack
Descent: rappel or walk around left & off
History:  April 10,1998 - Tod Swinton, Jason Seaver

 

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