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This is a short but fun finger crack that has some cool fingerlocks and stemming. It can also be safely led, just avoid placing gear behind the short section of fragile flake.
This is the leftmost route on Little Crag. The route starts in a dihedral right in front of a pine tree. The easiest way down is to walk off to the south.
A single set of cams to a #2 Camalot. There is a single hangerless 1/2" bolt at the top of the pitch. Some long slings or static line would be handy to set a toprope.
From: Longmont, CO.
Nov 25, 2015
Dan Hare put this up free solo and first go back in the day. He told me it was one of the scarier moments of his life. Pretty proud considering how insecure the route is. Pretty cool, Dan!